CCGS P&F Spring Fair a Blooming Success

After four long years of postponement due to floods and COVID-19, the CCGS P&F Spring Fair was back in action at CCGS.

There were blue skies and sunshine as the school opened its grounds once again to the whole Central Coast community to welcome the beginning of Spring. Hundreds of attendees from the community came along with their family and friends to enjoy the day together.

Community enjoying CCGS P&F Spring Fair
Family and friends enjoying the CCGS P&F Spring Fair

From fun rides, to delicious food trucks, entertainment and activities, market stalls, a kids' zone, stalls run by our student Young Entrepreneurs, a popular pre-loved market filled with clothing, toys, books and homewares, and a garden bar - there was something for everyone to enjoy.

Stalls at the Spring Fair
Market stalls including some with CCGS Young Entrepreneurs
Rides and activities at Spring Fair
Community attendees enjoying rides and face painting

There was entertainment all day long with incredible performances by CCGS students showcasing their talents as part of their cocurricular groups from choirs, music bands, ensembles, and dance troupes before an epic dance party to end the day.

Spring Fair entertainment
Community attendees enjoying live entertainment by CCGS students

The event was generously supported by over 100 volunteers from CCGS students, parents, teachers, and those in the school community.

“The Spring Fair isn’t only about rides, show-bags and face painting, it’s about coming on campus and engaging with the school community in a casual and fun way. There really was something for everybody and the P&F were proud to support the school in delivering this flagship community event," Lana King, CCGS P&F President.

Lana King CCGS P&F President
Lana King, CCGS P&F President
Spring Fair groups
Community attendees enjoying food and live entertainment on the grass