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Russell Lea School Hosts King Size Epic Fun Fete
Russell Lea Public School Parents & Citizens Association is hosting their School Fete on Saturday 2nd November 2019 from 10.00am through to 4.00pm. There will be lots of fun activities for kid's and adults with a silent auction, food stalls, kid's craft, fun rides, books, kid's clothing, football games, face painting, lolly stand, plant stand, slime stall (Da Vinci Hub) Lego, chocolate wheel (that sounds yummy), raffle, entertainment and much more.
So you do not go hungry with all the entertainment and activities, food can be purchased from the School BBQ, Kadmus, Chargrill Charlies, Coffee Cart, Cake Stall, Devonshire Tea and Gelato.
Photo courtesy of Russell Lea Public School Fete
If that's not enough, there will also be a Sports Zone for the adventurous.
Dunking Tank (look out Dads!)
CSP Athlete Training
Juventus Soccer Academy
Russell Lea Public School was established in 1931 as an Infants School through to Year 5 catering for the needs of young children with special needs; however today the school is K-6 and their mission is committed to providing a nurturing and caring environment where children can accomplish their goals with teachers who specialise in early childhood education.
The Parents & Citizens Association (P&C) is run by volunteer parents and carers who support and raise funds for additional school facilities and equipment, support positive communication within the school and help to enhance social and community spirit at the school. They are people like you and I, who mostly have full-time jobs and dedicate their spare time to helping the school.
The suburb of Russell Lea is situated in the inner-west of Sydney approximated eight kilometres west of the Sydney central business district. The town sits on the western shore of Iron Cove, Parramatta River where large waterfront houses are depicted in the more traditional federation style homes. The name of the town is taken from the original settler – Russell Barton who was a pastoralist, mine owner and Politian.
Russell Lea Public School can be found on the corner of Whittall and Lithgow Streets, Russell Lea. Entry to this Fete is free to all. The day will be lots of fun and plenty of activity for the whole family.
For more information, hold a stall or volunteer on the day, you can contact the P&C by telephoning 02 9713 8267 or go to the Fete Stalls page.