Last minute Valentine's Day ideas
HAVE you planned your Valentine's Day celebration already? If you haven't, don't worry. We can give you a hand.
No matter what the budget is, Valentine's Day is a celebration of the love you share with someone special. Watching the sunset from the St Helena lookout or from Byron's Main Beach is free.
If you want to dress up the occasion with a romantic dinner, French food is a good idea. Chez Bon Restaurant in Tintenbar is offering a three-course special romantic menu.
Owners Pascale Moreau and Rodolphe Ferreol, explained that Chez Bon will offer three starters, three mains and three desserts to choose from and have already taken some bookings for the day. Practice your "Je t'aime" (French for "I love you") and you will be set for success.
A great gesture to start the day is to send flowers.
University of the Third Age (U3A) Northern Rivers is aware that romance is a constant in life, so they will be holding "Celebrating Romance Through the Ages" at the Workers Sports Club in Goonellabah between 3-4pm.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend and Melissa Smith from The Jewel Centre in Lismore said "We expect to be very busy in the next couple of days.".
St Valentine's Day, commonly shortened to Valentine's Day, is celebrated on February 14, honouring early Christian martyrs named St Valentine, one from Rome and another from Terni.
It is traditionally a day on which lovers express their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery and sending greeting cards (known as valentines).