Muswellbrook South Public School P&C looking forward to 2019 Fete on October 18

FETE FUN: Elsie Foot, Brayden Dever, Riley Jeans, Jacinda Dever, Leyhton Carroll, Tzion Kamstra are looking forward to this year's fete.
FETE FUN: Elsie Foot, Brayden Dever, Riley Jeans, Jacinda Dever, Leyhton Carroll, Tzion Kamstra are looking forward to this year's fete.

THE biggest event on Muswellbrook South Public School P&C's calendar is almost upon us.

On Friday, October 18, the school's grounds will be alive with market stalls, entertainment and activities for their much-loved school Fete.

The event is a springtime tradition for the school community which is held every two years and is the major fundraiser of the year for the P&C with funds going back to the school.

Play equipment, large fans and defibrillators are just some of the projects money raised from previous Fetes has gone towards, all of which have been a welcome boost to the primary school.

Muswellbrook South Public School's Kristal Foot said organisers are anticipating yet another great turnout in 2019 with the whole school community contributing to the family favourite.

"There will be lots of entertainment on display with local dance companies attending and our school has several groups that will be performing," she said.

"We also have a large variety of market stalls, with more than 20 booked in so far."

Ms Foot said the amusements on the day are always a favourite with the kids, with wrist bands available for pre-purchase at the school canteen at a reduced price.

Large inflatables, GJ's Laser Tag, class stalls and a massive raffle also add to the fun on the day.

"A huge thank you to local businesses that have helped with donations for the raffle and our fete overall, it's very much appreciated," Ms Foot added.

"On the night there will be food stalls, Dominoes Pizza and a barbecue operating.

"The day promises to be a good family fun event for the whole community."

The Fete runs from 4pm to 7pm on October 18 in the Muswellbrook South Public School grounds.

Entry is free but bring your loose change for activities.

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