Kismet Park Primary School hosts Twilight Country Fair

Lily, 11, and Alexa, 6, are very excited for the Twilight Country Fair. Picture Shawn Smits.

The Kismet Park Primary School community is eagerly preparing for its Twilight Country Fair on Friday.

The school grounds will be buzzing with rides, market stalls, a petting zoo, competitions and a silent auction to fundraise for new equipment.

Kismet Park pupils can’t wait for the pony rides, talent quest and fairy floss.

The children have been creating masterpieces in their art lessons to display around the school, while grade one pupils have been working on creative writing pieces to entice the Sunbury community to join them at the fair.

Genevieve Carpenter wrote: “We need to raise money so we can buy new sports equipment, musical equipment and more books, too. Reading is important so we can learn more words.

“You would love to have the strawberry cakes and jam biscuits and the hot dogs that come with sauce!” the grade one pupil wrote.

Charlotte Hodges also tried to pull in visitors with the food on offer, writing: “Do you want to eat snow-cones, cakes, biscuits and jelly?”

The Twilight Country Fair is on Friday, November 24, from 3.15-8pm at 9-11 McEwen Drive, Sunbury.