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The Three Blue Ducks crew in Byron is teaming up with JR’s Smokehouse and Stone & Wood to put on a barbecue dinner and help raise much needed funds for the community’s flood victims.

There will be a feast of smoked meats and other dishes served with Stone & Wood beers and accompanied by the Dan Hannaford Band.

The ticket price is just $55 and that gets you three courses and a beer on arrival – with all profits from the night going to the Mullumbimby & District Community Centre.

More info: Sunday 28 May 5pm
Location: Three Blue Ducks, Byron Bay
Cost: $55 + bf, 3 course meal and a beer / kids under 14 are $14 (drink not included). Bookings: 02 6684 7795

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