A fair share of scares at Kwinana Festival Fair Day this Halloween

Leda Primary School students with their scarecrow creations for the festival.
Leda Primary School students with their scarecrow creations for the festival.

ENJOY a spooky Halloween with the City of Kwinana’s Festival Fair Day tomorrow, October 31.

Mayor Carol Adams said the event was one of the largest free events offered by the City.

“To keep the event fresh and exciting for residents, we have combined Festival Fair Day with a Halloween party theme, where families can come to Rhodes Park in Calista dressed up for trick or treating,” she said.

“In keeping with the Halloween theme, there will be a giant Halloween spooky spiders’ web and scarecrows on display created for a competition by local Kwinana primary schools.”

Other features of the festival include a free children’s fair ground, more than 70 market stalls and musical performances.

New attractions include a log chop and sheep shearing.

Another change from previous years, the festival will not be combined with the youth event GDF-Suez Mitsui Freakfest. Instead, Freakfest will be held on December 5.

The Festival Fair Day will be held in a new location at Rhodes Park, Calista, with a new running time of noon to 6pm.

Visit www.livekwinana.com.auCAPS: Leda Primary School Year 1 students with their scarecrow creations for the Kwinana Festival Fair Day.