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Relive your favourite parts of Disney's Frozen at this Fete
If you've ever enjoyed a white Winter you'll know how much fun the world of ice and snow can be.
St Joachim's Primary School is holding its Winter Wonderland fete on Sunday 1 June where the only thing missing will be the snow!
The kids will love celebrating the must see movie of the season, Disney's Frozen.
Master Ice Carver, Joe Parker, will dazzle with a beautiful snowflake sculpture created on the day.
Children will love to sing along to songs from the movie, Frozen, while past school pupil and star on the rise, April Aitken, will perform "Let it Go", the multi Grammy Award winning hit from the box office smash movie.
Other highlights include entertainment by champion skippers Cleveland Air Magic, Irish dancing, rides, an international food arena, face-painting, as well as baking, craft, book and plant stalls.
A winter wonderland is an exciting day out
Don't forget to buy your tickets in the fantastic raffle happening on the day. First prize in the multi-draw raffle is four return economy airfares on Virgin Australia's domestic network worth more than $2000, second prize is a $1200 Verve Portrait gift pack, while third prize is one night at Brisbane's Treasury Hotel and Casino.
Snow will be the only thing missing from St Joachim's Primary School's Winter Wonderland fete – but a warm welcome is assured!
St Joachim's Winter Wonderland Fete will be held on Sunday June 1, 9am-3pm at Yuletide St, Holland Park
After the fete all scarves and blankets will be donated to Micah Projects as part of St Joachim's ongoing partnership initiated during last year's 75th anniversary celebrations. The school community has supplied its Common Ground supported housing unit with vegetables from the school garden, raised funds to purchase kitchen/homeware sets, collected items for toiletry care packs and a number of our talented parents have donated their time and talents to provide hair and beauty services to residents. Micah Projects is a community organisation with an unswerving commitment to social justice. Micah Projects believe that every child and adult has the right to a home, an income, health care, education, safety, dignity and connection with their community of choice.