Teven-Tintenbar Public School s 20th Annual Country Fair on Saturday. Anika Shoesmith (seated in billy cart) is pushed by Kya Gaiter.
Teven-Tintenbar Public School s 20th Annual Country Fair on Saturday. Anika Shoesmith (seated in billy cart) is pushed by Kya Gaiter. Richard Forbes

Continued fun at Country Fair

A SUPER slide, carnival rides, billycarts and food and novelty stalls will be features of the Teven-Tintenbar Country Fair on Saturday.

In its 21st year, the Country Fair is hosted by Teven-Tintenbar Public School and serves as the school's major fundraiser.

Event organiser Wayne Shepherd said one of the biggest fair hits in the past, the classic car and motorbike show, would be run again.

"The dads and granddads who came along last year were in seventh heaven," he said.

"We had to include it again this year, it was such a big hit and we've had fantastic support from car clubs again."

As well as food and novelty items, there will be plant stalls and Upcycled Love homewares on sale.

Hot food will be served, from woodfired pizza to gourmet burgers, hot chips and a sausage sizzle.

School principal Ginny Latta said the event brought the community together.

"Many families had their first introduction to our school at the Country Fair," she said.

"We strive to create an open and caring environment, where families and staff work together."

The fair will run from 2pm to 6pm. Passes bought on the day will cost $30 and ride tickets will cost $5.



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