NORTH FITZROY PRIMARY SCHOOL FETE 2012
North Fitzroy Primary School once again showcased its “Bigger than Ben-Hur” annual carnival fundraiser. Open to all and always anticipated by the entire neighbourhood – it’s a full day of fun, live music, great food and entertainment for the whole family. Food, Rides & Activities Food Stalls include the usual fete favourites – from Greek BBQ, gourmet sausages and hot chips to ‘Champagne and strawberries’, fairy floss, snow cones, gelato. Newcomer this year was a van from one of Melbourne’s best Indian restaurants – local heroes ‘Horn Please’.
Jumping Castle and the Zap Zone to name a few. Activities include plaster mould painting, a cardboard maze, mini golf, animal farm, face painting, crazy hair colours, air brushed tattoos, Jaffa Smasha, an art tent and cheer leading sessions on the day. Live Music We’re proud to support local young emerging talent. Our music sponsor this year was Melbourne’s High Voltage Rock School, a music program which caters for musicians of all ages and abilities. Students gain access to world class recording equipment and some of Melbourne’s finest working musicians as personal mentors.There’s was live music on stage with performances from High Voltage Rock School young musicians Broken Strings, When We Were Small and Cutlery Conductors. New original music from Tom Sullivan, Dominque (a young singer/songwriter currently signed to youth label Decibels Records) and the colourful and provocative group The Antoinettes. Alex and Joshua performed soulful blues and funky covers. On the busking stage were student performances, bands and Miss Caroline’s tappers.