Tasty of­fer­ings at Tawa School

Kapi-Mana News - - COURT/NEWS - By TALIA CARLISLE

Those with a sweet tooth will be in par­adise at the Tawa School Fair next weekend.

Cake stalls, sweets, liquorice and Tawa-made Ze­lati Ge­lato are some of the treats on of­fer.

Other stalls would tempt visi­tors with hot food, toys, books, plants and Christ­mas crafts, said Home and School Com­mit­tee chair­woman Karen Tay­lor.

‘‘Gold­ing’s will also be let­ting kids try out Candy Writ­ers, a type of cake ic­ing in a tube, on bis­cuits for free,’’ she said.

En­ter­tain­ment would in­clude a dog obe­di­ence demon­stra­tion and per­for­mances by Zone Academy Dance, Surf Dad­dies and the school’s kapa haka group, she said.

Guests can ride in style at the fair with pony, Har­ley-David­son and MG car rides. Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude driv­ing re­mote-con­trol model trains, hor­i­zon­tal bungy, plate smash­ing and a spooky house.

A trea­sure dig, jelly eat­ing com­pe­ti­tion and raf­fle for a signed Wellington Li­ons rugby jersey will also be held.

Money raised will go to­wards re­pair­ing the mat­ting on the school’s se­nior play­ground.

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