COMLEROY Road Public School is holding its first ever Night Markets event at the school grounds, to raise funds for the school.
There will be an array of 48 market stalls at which to shop, including those selling handmade gifts and crafts, art and home decor, fresh produce, candles, make-up, essential oils, tupperware, and homemade cakes.
Vendors include locals Cedar Ridge Honey, doTerra Oils, Vitality Yoga Studio, North Richmond Curves and Jens Images Photography.
There will be food, snacks and refreshments to purchase on the grounds including a big bbq cook-up, popcorn, fairy floss and slushies, churros, coffee and tea, and cold drinks.
Entertainment for the kids will include a 17.5-metre obstacle course, as well as a chocolate wheel, jumping castle and face painting.
There will also be a kite workshop, a bath bombs workshop, education activists, demonstrations from the Blaxland Ridge Fire Brigade, information from Ray White Kurrajong, and Hawkesbury Radio will be on-site.
The Night Markets will take place on Friday, October 19, from 6pm until 9pm, at the school located on McMahon’s Road at Kurrajong.
For more information visit the Comleroy Road Public School P&C page on Facebook, and for stall-holding enquiries email Martine Kershaw of the P&C at email@example.com.