Spring Fair at Keely Park brings fun for the whole family
A giant Ferris wheel, live music and sporting workshops are set to bring Clayton South’s Keeley Park to life this month as the City of Kingston holds its inaugural Spring Fair.
The free one-day event will offer an array of family-friendly activities, games, sports workshops and live entertainment across two stages from 12pm till 5pm on Saturday 19 October.
Mayor Georgina Oxley said locals were expected to flock to Keeley Park for the Spring Fair to celebrate springtime with a fun day out that the whole family can enjoy.
“Alongside roving performers, amusement rides, local music and cultural performances, an exhibition cricket match and soccer workshops will be held as well as delicious food. Attendees will also be able to make their mark on Keeley Park by contributing to the Fair Mural,” Cr Oxley said.
“There will be picnic furniture and blankets set up, so you can bring your own snacks or enjoy what’s on offer. Keeley Park offers a beautiful backdrop for a community event and also has a new regional playground which families can enjoy during the day.”
Amongst the action of a merry go round, jumping castle and crazy mirrors, there will be several stalls where visitors can find out information about what’s on offer with services across the community including Kingston Active, Kingston Environment, the libraries, hubs and community services.
As part of Spring Fair, a free community bus will run to and from Keeley Park between Clarinda Community Centre and Westall Community Hub departing from 12:10pm.