Held over this weekend November 27, 28 and 29, there will be many activities taking place to keep everyone entertained.
Doors open on Friday from noon until 5pm, Saturday 10am- 7pm, Sunday 11.30am – 4pm. Each year, there is a different theme to the annual event , with this year being about the nation, Aotearoa.
An approximately 13 metre map has been created and will take centre place of the hall, amongst other spectacular displays.
An ANZAC tribute in remembrance of the Soldiers who gave their all for New Zealand will be on display, and the Franklin Rose Show will be held in the St Andrews Centre Auditorium, where their competitions will be open to anyone wishing to enter their beautiful blooms.
The renowned Wildboy will be present, and sign copies of his recently published book for those who are interested.
The Franklin Cake Decorating Club is showcasing their unique flowers made from icing, while attendees will be serenaded by the performing artist, Dennis Marsh, who will be playing both Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Talented pianist, Solberg Birgisdottir, will also be playing beautiful tunes through lunchtime over both days.
Refreshments will be available for purchase throughout the weekend.