25 August, 2023

Lowood Kindy gears up for annual fete

Lowood Kindergarten will stage its annual fete from 8.30am to 1.30pm at Clock Park this Saturday.

Lowood Kindy gears up for annual fete - feature photo

As Lowood Kindy is a not-for-profit community organisation, all funds raised on the day go directly back into the running of the high-quality early childhood program.

The kindy’s director Lisa Kennedy has been at the kindy for 15 years and is passionate about building community connections and engaging and supporting each family which comes through the door.

The kindy’s philosophy is driven by a child centred approach that fosters creative thinking, as the staff are passionate about providing children with a warm, homely feel space to learn and grow.

Unlimited arm bands are available for only $10 per child, and provide access to face painting, farmyard animals, pony rides and two jumping castles.

Chase and Skye will visit at 9am and 12.30pm, with attendees able to have a photo with Chase and Skye for free at these times.

An animal Wildcall Wildlife show will be at 10am and 11.15am, with a free meet and greet and photo opportunity available after each show.

The Lowood Kindy children will perform some songs at 12.20pm.

The kindy will run stalls including a trash and treasure store, bake store, food stall, fairy floss, popcorn and snow cone machine store.

There will also be market stalls, and some local school and community groups will also hold some information stalls.

Lowood Kindergarten expressed thanks to the sponsors and families for their continued support of the kindy.


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