Whether kids want to ride a camel or parents want to see the car show, there will be something to entertain everyone in the family at the annual Wollondilly Anglican College Country Fair.
The fair will be held at the school on Saturday, September 8.
Development officer Kristy Biddle said there would be plenty to see and do on the day.
“The fair will be a good family day out with lots of activities for all different age groups,” she said.
“Everyone is welcome to come to the fair.
“The day will be a good opportunity for parents and children to see the school.”
Ms Biddle said Sydney Thunder Cricket would host a display for the first time and the new cars display was sure to entertain.
Parents will have a hard time getting kids off rides, which will include dodgem cars, tea cups, jumping castle, soccer shoot out, gladiator duel, round up and a giant slide.
There will also be pony and camel rides, sheep shearing, reptile display, petting zoo, Knights, Picton Tennis Association mock games and remote control car display.
College food stalls include a barbecue, hot chips, hot dogs, nachos, salad, milkshakes and smoothies and cake stall.
Other food stalls include pizza and gozleme, mini melts, ice cream and coffee.
Ms Biddle said there were great items to be won at the silent and main auctions.
There will also be a photo and short film competition.
Ms Biddle encouraged fair-goers to watch performance from Wollondilly Anglican College students which will be held throughout the day.
There will also be plenty of goodies to purchase at many market stalls.
To purchase all day rides wristbands for $25 before the event visit: www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=414899.
Otherwise wristbands will cost $35 on the day.
The amusement rides and pony rides are $5 each and camel rides are $10.
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