Coffee fuels festival

City of Belmont chief executive Stuart Cole with recyclable mugs. Picture: Martin Kennealeywww.communitypix.com.au d417484
City of Belmont chief executive Stuart Cole with recyclable mugs. Picture: Martin Kennealeywww.communitypix.com.au d417484

The city is continuing its ‘green and clean’ commitment by offering free coffee to residents who bring recycled coffee mugs from last year’s event.

New recyclable mugs will also keep attendees fired up for all the free water sports on offer like kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and spectacular water-ski shows.

People can tour the arts and crafts stalls, enjoy live entertainment, fill up on fish and chips by the river from the Kailis stall or visit the wine tasting marquee.

Other food and drink will be available for purchase and there will be a hole-in-one golf competition with cash prize.

‘It’s a fun day out for the whole family and we encourage everyone to come along and for City of Belmont residents to bring their Opportunity Cards for free offers,’ Belmont Mayor Phil Marks said.

Residents are encouraged to keep their coffee mugs for future nominated City of Belmont events and promotions where they will also receive a free hot drink.

Patrons are encouraged to walk, ride or take public transport to the festival which will be held from 11pm to 3pm.

For more information, visit www.belmont.wa.gov.au