Kerri Walters and Kim Zerner toast to the wine and cheese fundraiser for the Warwick Community Kindergarten which will help children (front, from left) Daniel Walters, Jack Rossiter, Archie Ryan, Tasmyn Walters, Alexis Zerner, Indee Rossiter, Jacob Walters and Bryce Zerner.
Kerri Walters and Kim Zerner toast to the wine and cheese fundraiser for the Warwick Community Kindergarten which will help children (front, from left) Daniel Walters, Jack Rossiter, Archie Ryan, Tasmyn Walters, Alexis Zerner, Indee Rossiter, Jacob Walters and Bryce Zerner.

Parents prepare for play time

WHY should the kids have all of the fun?

This is the reason why the parents from The Warwick Community Kindergarten decided to have a wine and cheese movie night – a night where they could leave the children at home and have a night for themselves, just to have fun.

The night will be the primary fundraising event for the kindergarten and will feature the Warwick premiere of the movie The Back Up Plan with cheese and wine being served beforehand.

The Back Up Plan is the latest movie for Jennifer Lopez and with 143 tickets already sold, the night looks set to be a hit.

When asked why the kindergarten decided to hold a wine and cheese movie night, Kim Zerner replied: “It’s for the parents to play, not the kids”.

The wine and cheese movie night kicks off at the Warwick Twin Cinema next Thursday, July 15, with wine and cheese served at 6pm and the movie starting at 6.30pm.

Anyone is welcome and for just $15 the tickets will go quickly.

To buy a ticket phone Lisa on 0429 662 092 or Karen on 0409 005 487.



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