- September 25, 2018
Our inaugural Arts Festival is on Sunday 21 October, 10am - 2pm. The event will feature creative and performing arts experiences, free entertainment, a petting zoo, face painting, food stalls and more!
We're very excited about The Infants' Home's first Arts Festival, to be held on Sunday October 21 2018, from 10am - 2pm.
We have a variety of attractions, entertainment and food stalls booked, including a petting zoo, face painting, magic show, Indigenous dance demonstration, coffee cart, cake stall, sausage sizzle, gelato and food trucks.
There will be a range of fun and interesting art activities for children and families to get involved in, which will be run by our service areas as follows:
Each of the Houses and our Family Day Care service will also display children's artworks and group projects that they have been working on this year, focusing on the theme of 'Our World, Our Voices'.
To help with the festival's activities and stalls, we will request that parents and carers bring in items. Your involvement will help make our festival great. Please see how you can help below.
We hope you will join us on the day!
Time for a sweet treat! Rigby House is looking for bakers, jammers and picklers to make art-themed goodies for their Cakes and Jams Stalls.
Need some inspiration - see below!
Want to get involved? Please email Rigby House Director Isa Homes on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jackson Pollock biscuits, paint palette cookies and paint brush rice crispies
Murray House needs boxes of all shapes and sizes as the building blocks for their Cardboard Box City activity, where you can let your imagination and stacking skills run wild. Please drop flattened boxes off outside reception or to Murray House.
The Infants' Home welcomes and thanks St George Leichhardt Branch for it's first-time contribution as major sponsor. We also thank our long-standing friends at Club Five Dock RSL, Your Doctors and Club Ashfield for their support as Festival Friends. Final thanks go to Anonymous Foundation for their generous and ongoing support for our Art and Play Program to help develop children's social, emotional, communication and creative skills. We can only have events and programs such as these with the support of the broader community, for which we are grateful.
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