REDLANDS School will swing into full bloom next Saturday with their popular biennial spring fair.
An event centred around building relationships and community for the school and local area, the Redlands Spring Fair is a day out for the whole family continuing a school fete tradition which started in 1894, marking the 56th anniversary of the fair and 134 years of the school.
Expect entertainment, rides, carnival games, markets, food, student performances and prizes — including a dedicated ‘little ones’ precinct with a jumping castle, kindy farm, face painting and wind jammer.
Redlands principal, Dr Peter Lennox said the school was looking forward to a fun and entertaining event for the whole community.
“There is something for everyone at the Redlands Spring Fair and I encourage everyone from our school and wider community to join us at Redlands and share in the festivities,” Dr Lennox said.
The carnival fun continues with rides for the young, and young at heart. Expect a giant slide, the Pirates of Bermuda, Black Ops obstacle course, wacky hoops, a gladiator duel, a horizontal bungee and turbo tubes.
This year’s fair is expected to attract 3000 people from the school community and local area.
North Sydney Mayor Jilly Gibson will open the fair, which runs from 9am until 3pm on September 15 at the junior campus.
There is something for everyone at the Redlands Spring Fair
Principal Dr Peter Lennox