With perfect spring weather on offer for the occasion, Cape Byron Steiner School recently held its annual Spring Fair.
The fair opened with an inspiring Welcome to Country from local Arakwal representative Nicolla Clark, then the Primary classes shared the Spring dances and songs that they had been learning throughout the term. This included the Maypole dance from Class 4 which is a tradition at the school along with dances from Greece, India, Israel and Western Europe.
The performances continued throughout the day with children singing in choral groups and string ensembles playing at the Amphitheatre stage.
High School students entertained all with their skill and talent culminating with a knockout set from local band Loose Content who had the audience calling out for more.
There was plenty of delicious food at the many stalls also games and craft activities for children and adults alike.
This was the first on-site Spring Fair for some time and there was a wonderful atmosphere as the school community welcomed visitors to join them in this celebration of Spring and creativity.