See what's new at Jamberoo School Fete

2013 Jamberoo School Fete.
2013 Jamberoo School Fete.

Jamberoo School Fete is on again and this year there are lots of new things to do at the popular family fun event.

This year the fete is raising money to build a new outdoor learning area for the children.

New to the fete this year is the Dunk Tank. Kiama MP Gareth Ward will be in attendance to open the event and be dunked along with principal Chris Speirs, JPS teachers and Viviene from Elders in Jamberoo.

Children can pay $5 to be dunked at the fete.

The Lego room is also new and has some fantastic prizes on offer from Kiama Toyworld. In the Lego building competition, kids have half an hour to create an entry for competition.

Other new displays and stalls include; Jamberoo Valley Classic Vehicle Club, Rural Fire Service, massive Slip’n’slide, bean roasted coffee on site all day, cupcake stall by Crust and Crumb catering, The Pines gelato ice-creams, acrobatics, apple bobbing competition and the i98 FM Street Fleet.

Traditional stalls include; the famous Jamberoo School cake stall, amusements rides, cow lotto - $10 per number, chocolate wheel, plant, herb and flower stall, face painting / hair and nails beauty salon, lolly stall, fairy floss/ popcorn stall, guessing competitions and raffle tickets – with fantastic prizes.

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