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Halswell Harvest Festival NEXT WEEK!

March 22, 2019 at 3:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Halswell Harvest Festival 2019

Come to the annual Halswell Harvest Festival at Seven Oaks School on March 22. This popular and relaxed family afternoon offers activities for kids and adults. Win high-value prizes in the silent auction and amazing raffle, with high-value prizes generously donated by local businesses. Enjoy live music and tasty food and drinks while you shop for local produce, pre-loved clothing and gifts. There’s a dedicated preschooler area with activities for little kids, while the fairy garden, haunted house, clown and face-painting will delight all ages. Come along and join the fun!

Details

Date:
March 22, 2019
Time:
3:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Website:
halswellharvestfestival.co.nz

Organiser

Seven Oaks School

Venue

Seven Oaks School
77 Murphys Road
Halswell, 8025 New Zealand
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Phone:
+64 (0)3 377 8603
Website:
sevenoaks.school.nz

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