Seriously super fun

IT will be fun and games for a good cause when Illawarra's Easter Funday takes place at The Pavilion in Kiama on Good Friday.

Kiama Easter Funday organiser Sarah Impelmans said the emphasis was on fun and that there was guaranteed to be something for everyone on the day.

All funds raised will help outreach organisation Endless Horizons.

"We will have an animal farm, jumping castles, face painting, art and craft, princess pampering, market stalls, interactive games, show bags, carnival food and BrettTheWet, with special appearances from Bugs Bunny, Peppa Pig, Minion characters and Superstar Party Squad's Princess and Superhero Entertainers," Miss Implemans said.

The fun will run from 10am to 4pm. There will also be live shows and live music. Children are free and adults' entry is by gold coin donation.

Endless Horizons spokesman Mike T said the purpose of the day was to have as much fun as possible, all for a good cause.

"We are a public benevolent institution that helps young people discover a vision of hope for their future, and equip them with the tools and confidence to realise that vision," he said.

"The keys to our approach are reaching young people in engaging ways, positioning for change by building relationships and trust, and empowering young people by lifting their hearts and minds. But to affect change in young people's lives, you first have to be able to reach them.

"We want to reach even more young people, so we are raising funds to open a new Kids Youth & Outreach Centre.

"The centre will operate as a safe and supportive space for vulnerable young people. It will also be a fun and exciting place, offering free games and activities, which will have young people returning again and again."

For more information about Endless Horizons, visit the organisation's website at

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