School fair returns to Rosetta

COME one, come all to the return of Rosetta Primary’s School Fair.

Following a 12-year hiatus, Rosetta Primary School’s fundraising committee has banded together to bring back the popular community event.

Held on Friday 28 October, the fair will feature a range of attractions from Big Henry’s Food Truck and Krispy Kreme doughnuts to show bags, a jumping castle and merry-go-round.

Also set to make an appearance is Bubble Sports Tasmania and East Derwent Little Athletics.

Parents, students and teachers will be running a variety of stalls including white elephant, second hand books, biscuit decorating, toys and a lucky dip.

Entertainment will be courtesy of a skateboarding display from all-girl skate crew She Shreds, as well as shopping in the school hall with a variety of handmade items and local businesses showcasing their wares.

The Rosetta Primary School Fair will be held on Friday 28 October from 4pm until 7pm at 32 Riverview Parade, Rosetta.

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Caption: From left, Abhijot Singh, Bailey Irving, Chelsea Atkin and Vahla Denehey-Shreeve, all of grade one, with their lucky jars.

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