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May 26, 2022

Federal Hall fundraiser

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The Federal Hall Fundraiser is happening on Saturday evening. All funds will go towards purchasing the local Federal church. The gig will feature Tex Perkins, Mama La La, Sye McRitchie and DJ Pob.

Included will be a carnival of circus, pirates, skaters, music, gypsies, art, love, life and culture in Federal with Sculpture by the Tree, aerial trapeze by Lou Lou & the Lucky Charms, skate clinic with Jai Lewan, Blue Skillet Rovers, Culture Pearl, Pirate Show, Circus Arts, Artisan Market, tug-o’-war, circus workshops, trash ’n’ treasure, busking competition, DJ Nick Flametree, jumping castle, face painting, kids’ dress up as pirates and princesses, puppet making, earth ball and more…

Stall and workshop bookings, busking registration and enquires: [email protected].


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