Coming event: Medowie Brickfest event planned for the area

Holly and Jack Kennedy getting excited for the event Photo by Leisl Kennedy
Holly and Jack Kennedy getting excited for the event
Photo by Leisl Kennedy

AN event is coming to Medowie that is sure to impress Lego fans of all ages.

Wirreanda Public School P&C and Williamtown Rotary club have joined forces to host ‘Rainbow Bricks’ to present ‘Medowie Brickfest’ on Sunday 25 September.

Medowie Brickfest will be a Lego fan event, and is set to be a fun-filled event.

President of Wirreanda P&C, Leisl Kennedy, told News Of The Area, “We encourage families to buy their tickets early and come along for a fun day.”

“There will be lots to see and do, and we’ll be raising funds for much needed resources in our school and community,” she said.
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At the event, there will be over twenty-five exhibitors, lots of Lego displays and sets, speed build competitions and a Lego play area.

The Wirreanda Public School P&C will also be holding a sausage sizzle, raffle and cake stall on the day.

Funds raised from the day will go towards several rotary charities including ‘Sailability’ at Grahamstown Dam and also to the Wirreanda Public School library upgrade.

Pre-purchase tickets are available at Wirreanda Public School, as well as the school offices of some of our other local schools.

Tickets are $4 per person, or $10 per family – 2 adults and 2 children.

Pre-purchasing of tickets is advised, as there will be queues on the day – ticket holders will avoid these queues.

The Event will open from 9:30am until 4pm and entry will be via the Brocklesby Road school gates into the Wirreanda School hall.

 

By Rachael VAUGHAN

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