Free family event at Burpengary East

Published 5:00am 12 June 2022

Free family event at Burpengary East
Words by Kylie Knight

Paw Patrol will headline North Harbour’s free community event, Rock the Block, which will celebrate the official opening of its third display village on Saturday, June 18.

The event will also include a jumping castle, giant slide, inflatable obstacle course, animal farm, stalls, face painting, air brush tattooing, giveaways and a free movie screening.

Project Director Bryan Finney says: “It should be a wonderful family day and a great opportunity for us to welcome everyone to North Harbour.

“We are very excited to have reached this major milestone in the North Harbour project and look forward to sharing a great day with the local community.

“As part of the celebration we’ve organized a show starring Paw Patrol (with an opportunity for a meet and greet), rides, stalls, activities and entertainment, finishing with a twilight showing of Sing 2 with free popcorn.”

The display village will showcase the work of local and national builders, and feature more than 35 display homes making it the biggest display village between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

Gates open to Rock the Block at noon, giving the community the chance to explore the new display homes and enjoy free food, face painting and more. For more details, visit the Facebook page

Event Schedule

Gates open: noon

Opening ceremony: 12.30pm

Paw Patrol Live Show: 1pm

Forever Dance Academy: 1.45pm

Paw Patrol MEET AND GREET: 2.15pm

DJ music

Paw Patrol live show: 3pm

Forever Dance Academy: 3.45pm

The Caitlyn Teresa Duo: 4.30-5.30pm

Movie, Sing 2: 5.30pm

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