Important – You’re invited!

2016 Clan Dinner


Don’t miss out on this fun evening!


 Clan Dinner 2016 –  Sat 9th April – Harrisville Hall – theme for this year will be AutumnHarvest.  This will flow from the Bus Tour in November and capture photos and stories of the produce and lifestyle on the land for the early pioneer families around this area as well as for Forsyth families who ventured to other parts of Queensland or Australia.

Start getting your table groups together, complete the booking form at the bottom of the journal and return to the treasurer.


The Bounty of the Fassifern Valley

For the very reasonable cost of $25 for adults, $18 for students over 12 years, $8 for children 6-12 years and under 5 years old free. Complete the details at the end of the journal and return to our treasurer.


Toasting the Haggis 2015 Dinner

.. and just those who may wish to enter into the spirit of the evening and already possess a fluent command of the gaelic tongue, then below you can find the words to that immortal Robert Burns scottish ballad of 1787 – “Address to a Haggis”:


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Robert Burns’ Address To A Haggis presented by David Sibbald from his CD “The Greatest Poems in the World” (available at Edited by Peggy Edwards (AKA Peigi McCann). Photos from Peggy Edwards, David Sibbald, and Wikimedia Commons



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… practise well and we’ll see you there again on April 9th 2016.




 Click HERE to download a copy of the 2016 Clan Dinner Booking Sheet

Alternate payment arrangements may be made, if required  by contacting either:

-Rhonda Noe (Treasurer) on 07 5467 2200

-or Val Ashton (President)  on  07 54292395

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How to get there on the night.


Harrisville School of Art Hall from Peak Crossing – Warrill View Road

Click HERE for detailed instructions to travel from Ipswich to the Dinner Venue, including alternate travel route and times.


Scottish Country Dancing


Come along and join an evening fun, food and entertainment with family and friends. Of course you can always practice your traditional Scottish Country Dancing beforehand.  However Glenys assures everyone, that even if they do not get a chance to practice before the night of 9th April 2016, there will be ample opportunity to do so on the evening :-).