Oxley State School will attempt to get into the Guinness World Record for the Largest Bush Dance and you can be of help by joining the big party at the school grounds on Bannerman Street.
Happening on Saturday, the 22nd of June, the bush dance is one of the highlights of the Oxley State School Fete organized by the Oxley State School P & C Association. However, there will also be other fun activities and competitions as the school community raises funds to improve the facilities.
The Oxley State School Fete will have a cooking fest and vegetable growing contest. Sports and games will also be underway as the fete runs from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Market and food stalls will be set up to serve cakes, jams and other delicious snacks for the visitors. Performances and side shows will also happen in a portion of the school grounds.
Aside from the Largest Bush Dance world record attempt, Australian conservationist and host of “Gardening Australia” Jerry Colby will be gracing the event for a Q & A session.
The fair is a free event but the talk with Colby will require tickets. Interested parties may email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.