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Husbands Auxiliary kick off proceedings at midday.Photo by Tree Faerie

A celebration of village life, the Federal Park Party is back on 5 November from midday. Expect delicious foods and treats, artisan stalls, kids’ activities, a talent show, their famous dog show, and Welcome to Country. The soundtrack for the day will be provided by the Husbands Auxiliary, Gathering Irish Band, Jesse Whitney, Pob, Radio Jupiter, Sam Shine Duo, The Imprints, and Wax Addicts DJs. A recipe for fun and good times, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone there. So come and join the party – you will not be disappointed.

Federal Party in the Park

5 November 

Midday to 11pm

www.facebook.com/events


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