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Take a walk on the wild side at the Ocean Shores Public School annual Festival of the Imagination

It is all happening in Ocean Shores on Saturday August 25 at the Ocean Shores Festival of the Imagination. The festival has evolved alongside the The Ocean Shore Art Expo that opens the night before. The is full of rides, side show stalls, creative workshops, market and artisan stalls as well as the inspiring Ocean Shores Art Expo.

Spaghetti Circus performs.

Festival goers will also get the chance to enjoy the performance and antics of the wonderful Spaghetti Circus on the day.

‘Imagine that you are about to enter another dimension, not only of sight and sound but of taste, touch and mind, a journey into the colourful and ambient surrounds of Ocean Shores, whose only boundaries are that of the imagination… (Sorry ‘bout that Rod Serling per The Twilight Zone,’ said one of the organisers.

The Festival runs rom 10am to 3pm at the Ocean Shores Public School in Shara Boulevard. There are raffles, entertainment, great food, cakes and coffee; there are people of all ages, there is fun, laughter, joy and frivolity.


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