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Drysdale Primary School’s Spring Fair promises to be the biggest and best yet.
It’s the third Spring Fair with plenty of fun and activities planned for the entire family.
Local band The Shandeliers will have the crowd’s feet stomping and the local Air Cadets will be returning to demonstrate their outstanding skills.
There will be a local dance, martial arts, gymnastics and singing group to keep fairgoers entertained.
A range of free activates is planned – a silent disco, haunted house, chocolate wheel and a pie throw where you can take aim at your ‘favourite’ teacher.
Mega Jumps will provide carnival activities, such as clowns, pedal go-karts, jumping castle, giant slide and chair-o-plane ride. Some family fun games will returning with a few mini-golf holes added for extra fun.
Local artisans, producers and even some crafty students will be holding market stalls, providing a perfect option for those who want to get an early start on that Christmas shopping.
There will be a cake stall, lucky cups to purchase, a silent auction (items donated by generous local businesses), mascot Hawky roaming around and what would a fair be without show bags? Also, keep an eye out for the new Flower Shower for the chance to win a $1000 prize.
Food vendors will keep rumbling tummies at bay.
All proceeds from the evening will go towards purchasing additional outdoor activity equipment for use by the students during recess and lunchtime allowing them to use their creativity to its full potential.
The fair is on Friday 10 November from 3.30pm to 7.30pm.

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