Thrills abound at carnival
A LAST minute storm couldn’t stop the Gatton State School Twilight Markets on Saturday.
P&C Committee president Julie Mason said while the rain might have put some off, the event was still a great success.
“It was just a really good night,” she said.
There were plenty of rides for the thrill seekers to enjoy, and those looking for a more relaxed evening browsed the stalls on offer.
“People really loved the fact that we did have markets in town,” Ms Mason said.
The school students were heavily involved in the carnival, with classes from Prep to Year 6 preparing market stalls for attendees to browse.
Ms Mason said given the success of the event, they would look at hosting another event next year.
THRILLING: There were plenty of thrill rides on offer for the adventurous on Saturday afternoon.
Brett and Callum Paroz enjoyed checking out all the stalls on offer at the carnival.
Gatton State School Choir, led by music teacher Daniel Edwards, performed for the crowds.
Debbie and Cindy Storey enjoyed a quiet afternoon on the Gatton State School oval.