Free face painting, a petting zoo, a variety of games, as well as arts and crafts are just a few of the fun activities that will entertain the community at the upcoming Family Fun Day at Encircle Kallangur.
Following the success of last year’s event, Encircle Neighbourhoods Coordinator Chrissy Kelly says they have decided to the Family Fun Day an annual event.
“Given last year's Family Fun Day at Kallangur Neighbourhood Centre was hugely popular with over 1100 people through the doors, we've decided to make this an annual event to mark on the Moreton Bay calendar,” Chrissie says.
“It's been an incredibly tough year for many families, so this is our way of taking the pressure off for the day.
“Mums, dads and caregivers can connect with the financial, mental health, or physical wellbeing support they may need from our community stall holders, and kids can have a blast just being kids.
“We have animal petting, face painting, arts and crafts, games, a barbecue and so much more - all without the need to bring a wallet or purse down.
“Entry is free, but to help us follow Covid-safe procedures, we ask guests register their attendance.
“This will make sure we can cater accordingly so that everyone has a great time.”
Head on down
The free Family Fun Day will be held on Saturday, October 8 from 10am-2pm at the Encircle Kallangur Neighbourhood centre, located at 51 Marsden Rd, Kallangur.
To register your attendance, click here.
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