Festival celebrates all things Clarence Plains

CLARENCE Plains will be the talk of the town later next month when the Clarence Plains Harvest Festival returns for another year on Saturday 28 March.

Held annually, the festival is a wonderful way for the local community to showcase Clarence Plains, come out and enjoy time with friends and neighbours, and to see what is happening in this strong and vibrant community.

Last year’s event saw more than 1000 people enjoy the festival vibe and this year will prove to be even bigger and better.

This includes more local activities, contributions from local business and service providers, the wares and talents of the Growers and Crafters Market, and the expertise of the Clarence City Council Arts and Events team lending a hand.

The festival will be hosted at the Grace Centre and surrounds at 11 Ralph Terrace, Rokeby.

Activities will run from 12noon to 4pm.

There will be plenty of entertainment including youth performances, dancing, amusement rides, live music and there will be opportunities to join in the activities or learn something new at one of the many demonstrations.

Enjoy fantastic food at affordable prices from one of the many food options available on the day.

The event will avoid single-use plastics, so attendees are encouraged to bring their own cup or bowl.

Mark it on your calendar and come along to this special family day celebrating the Clarence Plains community.

Caption: Community members enjoy the festivities at last year’s Clarence Plains Harvest Festival.

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