Are we feeling the love?
Well we hope so, because it's time to get in the mood and get your Brain Drain team together.
The inaugural Rotary Valentine's Day Brain Drain is getting its groove on.
The legendary Brain Drain, is back, not that it actually went anywhere.
The Goondiwindi Rotary Club, for over 40 years, has made the Brain Drain one of the must-go-to events on the social calendar. But as part of a re-vamp its moved from October to the day of love on Friday, February 14.
Rotary President, Jon Gleeson, says the night is an institution in Goondiwindi and he hopes that the new time of year will bring more teams along for a night of fun. All funds raised will go to support Rotary projects locally, throughout Australia and internationally Details: Bar open from 6pm. Questions commence 7pm. Come dressed as your favourite character or group in a Valentine's Day theme - every team in costume gets a bottle of champers. BYO finger food. No eskies allowed. $50 per team of six players.
Register your team now at Ray White Rural.