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Muster up family for fun, music

PEAK PIG: Shaunena Duffy helps set up for the Peak Pig Races.
PEAK PIG: Shaunena Duffy helps set up for the Peak Pig Races. File

THE Peak Pub will host its famous Peak Pig Races and Music Muster fundraiser on Saturday, March 17.

The family-friendly event will feature six novelty pig races, performances from country musicians, a pig on the spit and barbecue and activities to keep the children entertained.

Peak Pub owner Neil Duddy said the fifth annual event would once again raise money for the Royal Flying Doctors Service.

"I'm a proud Peak resident and it's a great community event," Mr Duddy said.

Entry will cost $20 for adults and $10 for children aged from 13 to 16.

Children who are aged 12 and under will enter for free.

The event will run from noon to midnight.

The family-friendly event will feature six novelty pig races, performances from country musicians ...


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