Sun comes out for Creek fam­ily fun

Kapi-Mana News - - NEWS -

The weather came to the party and so did an es­ti­mated 35,000 peo­ple at Creek­fest on Satur­day.

Ice­cream stalls and the can­cer so­ci­ety sun­screen tents drew long lines as Porirua turned on a cracker day for the Can­nons Creek healthy liv­ing mu­sic fes­ti­val.

Or­gan­iser Liz Kelly was thrilled with the at­mos­phere on the day, say­ing she par­tic­u­larly en­joyed see­ing mums and dads spend­ing time with their chil­dren.

Mu­sic wasn’t the only at­trac­tion though. Twelve- year- old Ethan Starkey- Thomas said he was hang­ing out for the league games later in the af­ter­noon, and plenty of tod­dlers found games and ac­tiv­i­ties at var­i­ous health and ed­u­ca­tion stalls.

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Kai time: Car­los Rawiri, 3, and sis­ter Leilia, 4, en­joy a pic­nic in front of Creek­fest’s Porirua Idol stage.

Catch­ing the rays: Jean Spel­lacey and Ana Ponini from Cook Is­lands per­form­ing group Mauke Group re­lax in front of the stage.

Good buzz: Re­gional Den­tal Ser­vice mas­cot Barn­abee makes a young friend.

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