Two days of fes­tiv­i­ties

Avon Valley Gazette - - OPINION -

GET set to be en­ter­tained at the fam­i­lyfriendly Co­rym­bia Fes­ti­val on Satur­day March 7, fea­tur­ing an ex­cit­ing new two-day pro­gram.

For­rest­field mu­si­cians in the band The Wal-Tones will be bring­ing some­thing fresh to the Co­rym­bia Fes­ti­val with their orig­i­nal blend of al­ter­na­tive coun­try, rock­a­billy and pop.

The band are about to re­lease a CD and will be at the event to show­case their mu­sic.

Shire Pres­i­dent Sue Bilich said on Satur­day, from 2pm to 8pm, there would be free rides and ac­tiv­i­ties for all ages, a BMX ex­hi­bi­tion, food and two stages with live mu­sic.

A high­light of the night will be the fire­works spec­tac­u­lar, which will launch to life over Hart­field Park just af­ter sun­set.

The Sun­day morn­ing “Break­fast On The Grass” will be held at Jacaranda Springs Park and will in­clude de­li­cious break­fast op­tions and free en­ter­tain­ment 9am-11am.

Hart­field Park is lo­cated on Mor­ri­son Road in For­rest­field. Jacaranda Springs Park is on Fox­ton Boule­vard in High Wy­combe. The Co­rym­bia fes­ti­val is a dru­gand al­co­hol-free event.

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact 9257 9953 or visit www.kala­munda.wa.gov.au/events.

For­rest­field band The Wal-Tones will be play­ing at the Fes­ti­val.

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