Train, food, art on of­fer

Kapi-Mana News - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -

Call­ing all train en­thu­si­asts.

One of the high­lights at the Tawa School Fair on Satur­day will be the chance to have a go at con­trol­ling a G scale model train engine.

G scale trains are larger than typ­i­cal train mod­els but not large enough to ride on.

There will be a va­ri­ety of things for chil­dren to have rides on, such as minia­ture ponies, MG cars and mo­tor­bikes.

Other ac­tiv­i­ties and en­ter­tain­ment in­clude face paint­ing, hole-in-one golf and toss the toi­let roll. A favourite ac­tiv­ity is al­ways the spooky house.

The chil­dren have also been busy cre­at­ing lots of items for sale, in­clud­ing pet rocks and drift­wood art.

The cake stall is be­ing spon­sored by High­lander Con­densed Milk and there will also be the Heller’s bar­be­cue, Hell Pizza by the slice and home­made curry.

Tawa School Fair, Satur­day, Novem­ber 24, 11pm-2pm, at the school grounds, Ox­ford St.

Take me home: Tawa School pupils Ben­jamin Tupu and Sam Gould, both 7, with a cou­ple of colourful crit­ters that will be up for sale at this week­end’s fair.

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