All the family fun of the Easter Fair at Myalup

Hannelore HepburnHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Myalup resident Sue Standring has baskets of craft materials ready for Sunday’s Myalup Easter Fair when children are invited to create their own Easter bonnet.
Camera IconMyalup resident Sue Standring has baskets of craft materials ready for Sunday’s Myalup Easter Fair when children are invited to create their own Easter bonnet. Credit: Hannelore Hepburn / Harvey-Waroona Reporter

All the fun of the fair will be on offer this Sunday when the Myalup Community Association in conjunction with the Myalup Volunteer Bushfire Brigade hosts its traditional Easter Fair.

The fair’s focus on good old fashioned family fun will offer something for everyone, from the Easter egg hunt and sand castle competition, to the Easter bonnet craft and the famous pet parade at 2pm.

Event coordinator Sarah Taylor said the fair was shaping up to be a great family day.

“It is a fun day for young and old and the activities on offer are very popular with the kids,” she said.

“The day has an amazing community feel and its own vibe – quite different from other fairs.

“A new addition will be wine and cheese tasting with products from Vineyard 28 and HaVe Cheese in the community hall.”

Mrs Taylor said 40 market stalls and new food trucks will offer visitors plenty to do on the day.

Myalup Bushfire Brigade volunteers will again don their aprons and cook up their famous burgers to raise money.

The art exhibition and sale in the hall has been extended to three days from Easter Saturday to Monday and includes quilts from the Harvey District Creative Arts Centre.

Later in the afternoon people can kick up their heels to the tunes of bluegrass band Moonshine Stills.

Activities are ongoing from 9am to 3pm at Ottrey Park with entry by gold coin donation.

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