ON THE JOB: Iluka Public School students busily prepare for this weekend’s fete.
ON THE JOB: Iluka Public School students busily prepare for this weekend’s fete.

Fete is buzzing

THERE is a buzz around the Iluka Public School community as it prepares for its bi-annual Fete this Saturday.

Fete co-ordinator Danielle Bryant and her tireless team of helpers have organised some exciting events throughout the day, including student performances in dance, music and drama.

"Fun children's activities will include a jumping castle, jumbo water slide, sand art and laser skirmish," she said.

"A petting zoo, and kids' and adults' sumo battles are also included in the entertainment line-up.

"If families have any energy left after enjoying these great activities, a stroll through sideshow alley and the plethora of interesting market stalls is also on offer."

This year's fete will also feature an historical school photo and memorabilia display and there will be a range of delicious home-made food will be on offer, including Devonshire teas and jacket potatoes.

Each class is running a stall which has been supported through the generous donations from families. Local artist and parent Danielle Bilson has donated a beautiful painting of Woody Head to be raffled with tickets selling for only $5.

There are still a few stalls available and bookings can be made by contacting Danielle Bryant on 6636 6282 or 0406 293 166.

The fete is at Iluka Public School, 10am - 2pm on Saturday.



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