FOR years Rebeakah and Fisher stared at one another across the main street of Penguin. So it seemed only fitting to see them take the plunge and marry at Penguinale. Rebeakah, also known as the Big Penguin, and her partner Fisher, who can be found outside the visitor information centre, were hitched in front of family, friends, locals and tourists yesterday. While the wedding may have been the drawcard, there was plenty to keep families entertained at Penguinale including belly dancing, remote control boats, vintage cars and motorcycles. At Hiscutt Park patrons discovered Artrageous, the place for kids to paint, make kites and have your face painted. The local fire brigade gave people an opportunity to try the power of a firefighter&#39;s hose with people challenged to try and knock over targets using the water pressure. Penguin Lions Club member Cheryl Fuller said the community response to the event was fantastic. "It is impossible to tell how many people we have had come through," she said. "I can tell you since 11 (this morning) we have had a constant stream of people.&#39; While there was plenty of entertainment throughout the day the wedding continued to be the talk of the town. Stephen Bock led the Buddhist ceremony, blessing the couple and said it will be "a marriage set in concrete". "If a man can find a suitable and understanding wife and a woman can find a suitable and understanding husband, both are fortunate indeed," he said, quoting Buddha. The bride wore blue with silver trims and was attended by four bridesmaids.