Dora Dorfield (left) attended the Uniting Church Spring fair with her granddaughter Raelene Mauch (far right) and her children Lachlan, Emily and Alissa last year.
Dora Dorfield (left) attended the Uniting Church Spring fair with her granddaughter Raelene Mauch (far right) and her children Lachlan, Emily and Alissa last year. Kerri Moore

Fair offers great family fun day

DON'T miss a great family day out at the Warwick Killarney Uniting Church Spring Fair tomorrow. This year's event is set to be bigger and better than ever before.

Organiser Margaret Wells said all the old favourites including the petting zoo, cake stall, second-hand books, homemade jams and fresh produce would be back this year.

"We have a range of children's activities planned," she said.

"There will be dot painting, a crocodile pinata and face painting."

The hall will become home to a craft stall and art show while the courtyard will be transformed into a food area.

"There will be a barbecue, stir-fry, scones, pavlovas and espresso coffee," Ms Wells said.

Entertainment for the day includes Polynesian dances, the Thistle Pipe Band, school choirs and the Central State School Skippers.

The Spring Fair, held at the Warwick Uniting Church on Guy St, will kick-off at 9am.

Ms Wells said the money raised from the fair would go towards funding the church's Sunday School and other missions.

For more information phone Ms Wells on 4661 1080.



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