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Community Fiesta For All The Family!

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21 October 2003

Community Fiesta For All The Family!

Hoon Hay Park on Mathers Road is the place to be on Saturday, 1st November, whether you are a local resident or visiting from other suburbs.

This free community event from 11am – 3pm welcomes families and youth. A great variety of on-stage entertainment, including well-known groups Fusa, 5th Element will be performing along with local school & culture groups. Members of the Rams Basketball Team will be shooting hoops with keen fans. Free entertainment for the children includes workshops in kite making, soap carving and flax weaving, a bouncy castle, face painting and much more! Plan to stay for lunch, with plenty of choice from the good variety of food stalls.

Organised by a group of Hoon Hay residents in partnership with Christchurch City Council Leisure, the Community Fiesta is funded by the Spreydon/Heathcote Community Board.


ENDS.


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