KINROSS Wolaroi School’s annual fair has undergone a revamp and they invite you to grab dinner with them on Friday.
For the last 40 years the fair has been held on a Saturday, which clashes with sport and family commitments, so organisers are hoping their new evening event draws a crowd.
The Twilight Food Fiesta kicks off at 5pm on Friday with food, stalls and live music.
Co-ordinator Paula Elbourne invites the wider community to come along and explore flavour sensations inspired by cultures around the world.
“We’ve decided to focus on food so everyone can have dinner,” she said.
“It’s a fresh approach, we’re trying something new.”
Among the food varieties will be curries, Mexican, Italian and Thai as well as Kurdish lamb burgers.
Dessert is covered as well with student year groups hosting their own stalls.
“One of our year groups is just having a cupcake stall,” Mrs Elbourne said.
The Twilight Food Fiesta will be a great end to the working week with live music by Gabe Middleton and Mal Key.
“Anyone is welcome to come and have a look at the school and display of co-curricular activities like sports and cadets,” Mrs Elbourne said.
Other stalls at the fiesta include cakes, gardening, jams and chutneys, and games.
The event is a fundraiser for Kinross Wolaroi School’s Parents and Friends group, with all funds to go back to school facilities.
The Twilight Food Fiesta will be held from 5pm to 9pm on Friday.
Entry is by gold coin donation.