The JNC and event partners give the community 10 out of 10 for your spirited participation at the 10th Family Fun Day. Thanks for coming along to Memorial Park in Matraville last Friday, 25 October 2019, for an afternoon of free fun, food and links to support services.
Thanks to the many people who said, “I come every year,” and those who said, “First time – I’ll definitely be coming back!”
Thanks to everyone across the generations for participating in the community wild water fight and the exciting noodle race, engaging so enthusiastically in all the craft activities, and cheering on the Matraville’s Got Talent performers.
Thanks for your enthusiasm for all activities, from the old time favourite climbing wall to new activities like the St John’s CPR game and Randwick City Library’s Spark! Van activities.
Thanks for contributing to the 10th Family Fun Day
Thank you to these people who appeared on the event stage:
- Aunty Lola from the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council for the Welcome to Country
- Brendan from Royal Botanic Gardens for playing the didgeridoo for us
- The Hon Matt Thistlethwaite MP, Member for Kingsford Smith
- Cr Dylan Parker from Randwick Council, representing Michael Daley, MP, Member for Maroubra
- All willing and talented participants in Matraville’s Got Talent
Staff and volunteers from the JNC and our event partners and stallholders, as well as The Benevolent Society ’s corporate volunteer, for offering information and fun activities all afternoon in weather that was sometimes wild.
And thank you to local people and organisations for kind donations that helped make the afternoon such a success:
Randwick Council , major sponsor through the Cultural & Community Grants Program
Bunnings for donating the barbeque, and Peters Meats, Pacific Square for the generous donation of sausages
Woolworths for supplying stationery for the JNC’s Hallowe’en activity
Local resident Ron for kindly supplying the water for our water fight
Alex from the Coffee Cart for your tireless and essential work dispensing over 250 coffees
Our local paper the Southern Courier for publishing articles that helped us spread the word about the 10th Family Fun Day to the community.
Volunteer photographer Davide Zamboni who captured the excitement of the day