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SPRING time can mean only one thing for the St John’s School stu­dents – it’s time for their an­nual Moon­light Fair.

The event has be­come a tra­di­tion for the school with food, drinks and fun rides all in store for those to head along and soak up the fun.

There will be plenty on of­fer to keep the kids en­ter­tained.

Stalls will line the school oval sell­ing the usual fare of hot dogs, fairy floss, milk­shakes, lol­lies, ice cream and cakes to treat their sweet tooth.

And keep an eye out for the rov­ing buskers, face paint­ing, tem­po­rary tat­toos and rides.

But that doesn't mean the com­mit­tee have for­got­ten the par­ents, with an adult bar open un­til late.

EFTPOS will be avail­able for those need­ing some ex­tra cash. The twi­light turnout at the school grounds starts at 5.30pm next Satur­day, and will kick on long into the night.

For more information, phone St John's School on 4622 1842.


TWI­LIGHT FUN: Bo Hao and Ben Hall ex­am­ine their show­bags at St John’s Moon­light Fair.

Cody and Blake Pitrie at last year’s fair.

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