There will something for everyone at this year’s Chisholm Catholic Primary School Twilight Fair, including amusement rides, market stalls, food and more.
This is the first time the school’s Spring Fair has been run in the evening, and the organisers from the Chisholm Community Group are adding an array of exciting attractions including a liquid gel dance floor and silent disco.
There will be glow-in-the-dark items for sale including nail polish, flashy wands, glow sticks and fairy floss (that’s right - glowy fairy floss!), as well as a haunted house designed by the senior students and staff.
For those in the mood for a spot of shopping, there will be a White Elephant stall, as well as plants for sale and stalls with local fruits and vegetables.
There will also be an array of show bags, a chocolate wheel with prizes, and a variety of international food along with a cake stall, and coffee from the Ugly Mug coffee van.
Local dance groups will be performing during the evening, and local karate and jujitsu crews will be providing demonstrations.
Amusement rides-fanatics can purchase a $30 unlimited rides wristband before the event or at the Fair.
The Chisholm Catholic Primary School Twilight Fair will take place on Saturday, October 14, from 3:30pm to 8:30pm on the school grounds located at 30 Collith Avenue, Bligh Park.
Parking and entry are free, and there will be EFTPOS available on-site.
This article was originally published by the Hawkesbury Gazette.