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Ladies' Garden Party aims to provide kindy gazebo

TEA FOR MANY: Tannum Sands Kindergarten will host a garden party, as displayed by Bradley Cheetham, 4, Nell Cheetham, Ruby Rae, 4, and Sian Downey, 4.
TEA FOR MANY: Tannum Sands Kindergarten will host a garden party, as displayed by Bradley Cheetham, 4, Nell Cheetham, Ruby Rae, 4, and Sian Downey, 4. Mike Richards

ENTER a secret garden and raise funds for a good cause.

Ticket sales to Tannum Sands Kindergarten's major fundraiser, the Ladies' Garden Party, go on sale on Tuesday.

But party-lovers beware - the tickets are only available from 10-11am.

The secret garden party will be held on August 23 from 1-5pm at Kalori Gardens in Tannum Sands.

Proceeds will help fund a garden gazebo at the kindy.

Kindergarten fundraising officer Nell Cheetham said the garden party was the perfect occasion to frock up and have a fun afternoon of fashion, fine food and prizes.

"Everyone will get a free drink on arrival, a gift bag plus a delicious afternoon tea of home-baked goodies catered by our kindy families," Ms Cheetham said.

She said there would be a fashion parade with outfits by Alli Lane and Lorna Jane, entertainment, prize draws and lucky envelopes.

Although it's a bring-your-own event, as a special indulgence pre-sales will offer a limited number of beverages, which can be purchased at the time of the ticket purchase and will be ready to enjoy on the day, Ms Cheetham said.

Details

  • The tickets are $50 each with a limit of 10 tickets per person able to be purchased on the day.
  • Details: 0401 393 873.

Topics:  fundraising, gladstone fashion, kindergarten, tannum sands, whatson




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