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St Flannas’s Flarana Fair – Saturday May 7th 10-3pm

By Paul Hodkinson

Flarana Fair is the annual fete for the St Flannan’s Catholic Parish and School, Zillmere. Each year it is held on the Saturday before Mother’s Day! Come join us from 10am for your chance to win a kids bike by guessing how many jelly beans are in the jar with just a gold coin donation. All money raised will be going back to the school! Hope to see you all there.

Attractions on the day include;

Books and Music– Great Books at Bargain prices! Pick up a classic or a recent hot seller! Have fun just browsing and who knows what you might find. Some old Vinyl Records maybe!
Morning Teas – A hot cuppa, a scone or Lamington, some fresh sandwiches…all home-made by our best cooks… classic Aussie tea-time tucker at a very reasonable price!
Class Auction – Is your child a future Picasso or Rembrandt? Who knows what that art work will be worth one day. Buy it now while it is cheap cheap cheap!
Crazy Hair, Nails and Face Painting – Dedicated follower of fashion or trend setter.. Wear it with pride at Flarana!
Show Bags – Who needs Ekka, we have showbags to show how its done.
Raffles Galore – Enough said!
White Elephant – Everything in the room except the proverbial Elephant.
Parish Wheel – Where it stops no-body knows! Lots of groceries to be won.
Bottle “O” – Roll up, roll up! Sauce or Sauvignon? Test your skills – what will it be?
Cakes – Home-made and fresh as they come! Buy something special for Mother’s Day Morning Tea!
Fairy Floss – Naughty but ever so nice… go on, its a special treat! (Just make sure you brush twice tonight!)
Lucky Numbers and Money Tree – Try your luck to win a fantastic prize!
Pre-loved Clothes and Toys – One man’s trash is an other man’s treasure.. the ultimate in recycling! Go Green and grab yourself a bargain. Some quality toys have already arrived….be early!

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