The students, parents and friends of Stanwell Park Public School have issued an open invitation to the entire region to join them on Saturday 22 June starting from 10AM for their school fete – the theme for 2013 – Mexican Fiesta!
The 2013 fete is set to be the biggest (and certainly the brightest!) fete ever with gourmet Mexican food, the most extensive range of home made cakes, highly sort after vintage couture, arts and craft along with all of the traditional fete favourites including rides, a haunted house, show bags and kid’s craft stall.
In addition, the School has attracted some of the Region’s best-known bands and individual performers who will keep the crowds entertained and provide the musical backdrop for the Fiesta throughout the day.
Fete coordinator Kristin Auld said the students and parents were busy collecting all sorts of goodies to sell and raffle including chocolates, home made tinned fruits and jams, pre-loved designer clothes and gift baskets.
“We decided on the Mexican theme because as a country, Mexico is known for its colour, food, fun and warmth. As a school community we felt that this was the perfect way to capture the spirit of our fete which is all about getting the community together to share food, enjoy the music and buy some fabulous local produce and wares,” Kristin said.
“Importantly the fete is the School’s primary fundraiser and as it is only held every two years, we really need the broader community to get behind us to help make this the most successful ever!”
“The children are pumped and the school community is ready to put on a big party! Everyone is welcome! Gracias amigos in advance of a great school fete!”
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