GALLERY: Bastille Day celebrations

The 'Beret Brigade' armed with a bottle of red wine and a baguette were ready to defend the tricoluer drapeau (French flag). They are Kaye and Terry Huggett, Bill and Sue Stubbs, with Suzanne Dunning.

The 'Beret Brigade' armed with a bottle of red wine and a baguette were ready to defend the tricoluer drapeau (French flag). They are Kaye and Terry Huggett, Bill and Sue Stubbs, with Suzanne Dunning.

Jill and Bob Griffiths.

Jill and Bob Griffiths.

Dressed for the French Revolution 1789, Venka Parsons and son Andrew kept away from the guillotine at Bastille Night.

Dressed for the French Revolution 1789, Venka Parsons and son Andrew kept away from the guillotine at Bastille Night.

Sabine and Peter Hickling dressed for the part.

Sabine and Peter Hickling dressed for the part.

CENTRE: Dressed for the French Revolution 1789, Venka Parsons and son Andrew kept away from the guillotine at Bastille Night. 
 
RIGHT: Chefs for the night cooking a French menu were Admiral Tony (president of the Air Rifle Club) with his able assistant Nick.

CENTRE: Dressed for the French Revolution 1789, Venka Parsons and son Andrew kept away from the guillotine at Bastille Night. RIGHT: Chefs for the night cooking a French menu were Admiral Tony (president of the Air Rifle Club) with his able assistant Nick.

'A rose, is a rose, is a rose' according to Elizabeth Laught dressed as Gertrude Stein who lived in Paris and was a friend of Hemmingway and Picasso amongst others.

'A rose, is a rose, is a rose' according to Elizabeth Laught dressed as Gertrude Stein who lived in Paris and was a friend of Hemmingway and Picasso amongst others.

WHAT: Bastille Day celebrations

WHERE: Monaro Air Rifle Club

WHEN: Saturday night

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