Family fun for all will be on offer at this year’s St Luke’s Community Fair on Saturday, 6 August at St Luke’s Anglican School, kicking off from noon.
With everything from rides to showbags, performances and market stalls, there is set to be something for everyone at this year’s event.
Featuring more than 20 markets stalls and a number of local food vendors, guests will have the opportunity to browse a range of Bundaberg Region products.
Rides will operate from noon to 4 pm including dodgem cars, the mega twister, Splatt Attack and a playland.
While the fair will come to an end at 4 pm, the fun does not stop there with the day immediately followed by a barbecue, live music by the band Forbidden Road and Rock, Pop, Mime performance all culminating with a fireworks show at 7 pm.
St Luke’s Director of Communications and Development Josh Hogarth said the event aimed thank the community for their ongoing support.
“This is a school-wide community fair which extends into the entire Wide Bay region,” Josh said.
“This massive event includes everything you’d hope a fair to have including rides, foods, drinks, desserts, showbags and of course a petting zoo.
“There are over 20 market stalls for people to browse, as well as school’s exhibitions including sports our alumni who come back from and challenge current students in rugby and netball.
“At the end of the night, we will have rock, pop, mime which is an annual school performance, and the day finishes off with a fireworks.”
Those attending the event are encouraged to purchase tickets online for rides prior to the event here.
You can find out more about the upcoming event here.
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