St Joseph’s Primary School will host its 40th fete this weekend.
The fete will be held on school grounds on Saturday from 9am.
Attendees will have an opportunity to laugh, sing, eat, play games, buy fantastic produce and enjoy great food.
Among other notable attractions at the fete will be face painting, show bags, inflatable rides, a dunk tank, animal nursery and tasty food delights such as morning tea and Italian and Indian cuisine.
The timeless classics of chips, popcorn and fairy floss will also impress the smaller fete goers.
Excitement has been palpable at St Joseph’s in the build-up to the event and the school would love to spread the excitement by reminding all past students, families and locals to go along and enjoy a big day out.
The fete committee has been working tirelessly since the end of 2017 to ensure the school celebrates this milestone event in style and everyone has a great day.
Over the years, the committee has been lucky to have amazing support from the school, families, local businesses and the Cobram and district community and that has been no different this year.
The fete committee thanks everyone in the community for the support they give through generous donations.
The committee has received significant support for its spinning wheels, silent auction, food stalls, electrical requirements and local emergency services.
This year the fete committee will be using some of the takings from the event to make a cubby house that was designed last year by student Xavier North.