Sun comes out for Creek family fun
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.