Piara Waters Community Festival celebrates culture and diversity

The Piara Waters Community Festival is on October 28.
The Piara Waters Community Festival is on October 28.

A CELEBRATION of diversity and culture will take over Piara Waters Oval on October 28.

The Piara Waters Community Festival is a free family event that will include a range of food offerings, rides, stalls, Aboriginal and Maori dance performances, Senegalese drumming, Constable Care puppet show, Jungle Body demonstration, police and ambulance demonstrations and performances from Showtime HMS Performing Arts and Harrisdale Primary School.

Armadale mayor Henry Zelones said the event would also have representatives from a range of safety and wellbeing services.

“All individuals have the right to go about their daily life without fear of risk of harm or injury,” he said.

“The event, which happens during Community Safety Month, is an opportunity for our residents living in Piara Waters and Harrisdale to get to know their neighbours and help foster a sense of community spirit.”

The Piara Waters Community Festival is at the Piara Waters Oval on October 28 from 12pm to 4pm.