4 September, 2023
Lowood kindy fete generates fun and entertainment
MORE than 1000 people descended on Clock Park on Saturday August 26 for the Lowood Kindergarten’s annual fete.
Many past, current and future families associated with the kindy were among the attendees as there were visitors from as far as Toowoomba in addition to locals.
Pony rides were a great hit while face painting, farmyard animals, jumping castles and the Wildcall Wildlife Show were also popular.
Nearly $9,000 was raised overall, with the funds to go back into running the Lowood-based kindergarten which is a not-for-profit community organisation.
Lowood Kindergarten director Lisa Kennedy said the fete was a massive success, while it was lovely to receive so much community support.
“Families had commented that they enjoy coming every year as it’s an event that is suitable for young families,” she said.
“Everything was affordable and child friendly.”
Lisa thanked all event sponsors and organisers as well as the Lowood Lions and Lowood Freemasons, after the Lions and Freemasons helped run the food stall which was busy all day.
With the Lowood kindy turning 60 years old this year, a celebration day is next on the agenda.
The 60-year celebration event is set to take place some time in October.