The Wee Jasper valley turned on its most spectacular scenery last week for the wedding of Hristiyana Antova and Hannibal Barber at Wee Jasper Station.
With the rolling green hills, blue-tinged bush and curious horses looking on, Hrissy and Hannibal tied the knot on Saturday.
Guests travelled from all over the world to Wee Jasper, including Hrissy's mother and grandmother from Bulgaria and Hannibal's Aunt Lissy and family from China.
Chris 'Griffo' Griffiths provided the wedding car and Gregory Holloway was on hand to chauffer party-goers home throughout the evening. The celebrations continued through Sunday with many guests returning to the beautifully renovated Wee Jasper Station homestead for breakfast and lunch.
It was a truly special day and we all wish Hrissy and Hannibal congratulations and the very best for the future.
The Dragon Dreaming Festival takes place in Wee Jasper for the first time this year. Being held at Cooradigbee on October 25-28, organisers hope that a successful event will mean that Wee Jasper becomes the festival's home for the near future. Anyone who can help on the community stall throughout the festival is invited to contact Helen Cathles on 6227 9634. Further information on the festival can be found at www.dragondreaming.net.
The next meeting of the Wee Jasper P&C Association will be held on Tuesday at 3.30pm at Wee Jasper Public School. It's that time of year again, time to start planning Presentation Night. For further information please contact the other Helen Cathles on 6227 9217.
The next meeting of the Wee Jasper Community Association will be held on Saturday November 2 at 9am at the Wee Jasper Memorial Hall. Please ensure your most current email address is recorded with the association so that you receive notices. The association can be contacted on email email@example.com. Minutes and agenda are always available on the association's webpage, www.weejasper.org, thanks to the hard work of Neil Glassford.
Wee Jasper Volunteer Bushfire Brigade will be holding a working bee and equipment check at the brigade's shed in the village on Saturday November 16 at 9.30am. The new Category 1 tanker will be there and the work of stripping the 'old girl' of useful items will begin. This is a good opportunity for new members to familiarise themselves with equipment and for everyone else to have a refresher. Enquiries to secretary Charlie Barton on telephone 6227 9662 or brigade captain Tim Cathles on 6227 9217.