Sacred Heart Parish School fete is gearing up to be bigger than ever this year with great food, fun activities and stalls for the whole family to enjoy.
On Friday, March 23, at 5pm the school grounds will be transformed into a carnival of colour and movement as the school, parish and local community come together to enjoy a wonderful night out.
Fete Committee chair Maria Spedding said the event was open to the whole community.
‘‘Come along and wander through the different stalls, try out some of the activities and make sure you have some of the lovely gourmet food on offer,’’ Ms Spedding said.
The popular produce stall will be back, laden with fresh and cheap fruit and vegetables.
Sacred Heart School would like to thank Murray Dairy for again donating all of the ingredients, including cups for the wonderful milkshake stand that is popular.
Kids can enjoy decorating cupcakes, the CFA truck demonstration, the SPC train, making something on the craft stall, Gyrobix, Zorb Balls, a disco, football activities, henna painting, balloon making and a jumping castle.
Sacred Heart Parish Priest, Father Michael Morley encouraged the whole community to come along for a wonderful family night out.
‘‘Last year I looked around the school grounds and there was this wonderful sense of celebration as students, families and the community enjoyed a great night out,’’ Fr Morley said.
‘‘I’m sure this year will be the same — I look forward to seeing you there.’’
- Ashlea Witoslawski