Springing Into Family Fun At Redlands This Saturday

DSC_0864Spring has officially sprung and this Saturday it is time to bring the whole family down to Redlands for the Redlands Classic Spring Fair.

Kicking off at 9am at the Junior Campus on Murdoch Street, a cavalcade of culinary creations, as well as activities and entertainment will be on offer. 

Visitors will be able to jump in a giant inflatable bubble for a game of bubble soccer, or enjoy the gastronomic delights that are sure to excite the taste buds at the International Food Piazza.

Keen on cooking lessons? Perhaps specialist tuition for the kids is more in order? Well, these are just some of the exciting prizes on offer at the fair.

And of course there will be an array of home-made cakes and jams made from a recipe handed down from generation to generation since the Redlands Spring Fair of 1980.  

Other exciting activities taking place on the day include: Adventure Playground, Jumping Castle, Rugby Rumble, Mini Golf, Hoopla, Noodle Javelin, Atomic Drop, Face Painting, Crazy Hair and more.

Musical, Dance and Theatre entertainment throughout the day will showcase the talented students of Redlands’ renown Performing Arts program. 

Run by the Redlands Parents and Friends Association, the Redlands Fair is a tradition which has run more than a century.

Redlands Principal, Dr Peter Lennox, said the school was looking forward to an action-packed day that the entire community can enjoy.

“We’re all very much looking forward to a fun and entertaining event for the whole community,” Dr Lennox said.

“There is something for everyone at the Redlands Classic Spring Fair and I encourage everyone to come on down to Redlands this Saturday and share in the fun.

“The fair is one of our biggest events, and I thank, in advance, our Redlands Parents and Friends Association and our staff members, parents, students and alumni for their enthusiasm and generosity of spirit.”

Early birds can purchase coupons for rides and stalls up until 7 September here or they can be purchased on the day. 

All funds raised from the event will be reinvested into Redlands education and infrastructure projects.