King Street Festival Step Back To Earlier Times

Historical King Street.   Photo Courtesy of Raymond Terrace Historical Society.
Historical King Street. Photo Courtesy of Raymond Terrace Historical Society.

 

A CHANCE to experience bygone days will take place in King Street, Raymond Terrace on Saturday 18 May, 2019.

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The annual Step Back into King Street Heritage Festival will take place from 10am to 3pm.

Everyone is invited to dress up in vintage style clothing and join in the day’s activities.

Raymond Terrace Market Place has provided prizes for Best Dressed Vintage Child, Best Dressed Adult, and Best Hat.

Town Crier, Ben Trantor, will be in attendance and is guaranteed to keep everyone informed of the day’s events.

There will be old fashioned games and activities suitable for all ages to try.

Sanjex Serratti will be back demonstrating his penny farthing bike throughout the day.

Music will be a feature with performances from Raymond Terrace Men’s Shed Band, Irrawang High School Drum Corps, Hope Community Choir.

The Wandering Wallalong Boys will bring the sounds of Ireland to the festival.

The Irish theme will continue with the presentation of a Voyage of Irish Dance.

Dance Extreme will bring their energy with a jazz dance performance.

Gill Van Der Velden, storyteller and poet will bring his talents to the festival with tales from times past.

You can also bring along a vintage item, or a photo of a larger item for valuation by Dave from 2nd Time Around with valuations starting at 12.30pm.

Raymond Terrace Boys’ Scouts will be offering devonshire teas and other food vendors will be in attendance.

You can find festival updates at https://www.facebook.com/SaveKingStreetRaymondTerrace/ .

 

By Liz MUDD

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