Condingup Primary School are having their 36th annual Community Fair, hosted by the P and C.
It will feature lots of activities including ‘nerf wars’, ‘zorb’ soccer, fashion parades and dog high-jumping, with a wide array of local delicacies available.
The free entry event will be held on Saturday March 24, 2018, from 10am till late.
Condingup P and C president Lea Tonkin said fair goers would have heaps to do this year.
“We run competitions, which you can enter now and we draw the winners on the day,” she said.
“Those are a photography, cooking, craft, and a veg and garden competition.
“We’ve got a sheath tossing competition, we run raffles, we have a reptile trailer, bouncy castles, a great big blow up soccer course.
“Local producers bring in their stores and showcase what they do in Esperance.”
Ms Tonkin said stalls would sell food including waffles and ‘cool cones’, with the Country Club providing lunch and the Hockey Club cooking dinner.
In addition, the P and C will have a BBQ, which will fry up pork sliders.
Ms Tonkin said the day was a great opportunity to help the school.
“The event always gets a fabulous turnout and is definitely a date to mark on the calendar,” she said.
“It’s the only P and C fundraiser for 2018.
“This year our main fundraising goal is to contribute towards ICT equipment for the students.”
Eftpos will not be available.
For more information view the event Facebook page.