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Family Fun On A Chilly Night

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Bunnings received a high five from Oscar Talbot-Scobie (almost 4) who was enjoying the fairy floss

June 10, 2019

It’s not often that you see crowds packing a car park on a chilly winter’s night in Kingaroy, but that was the case on Friday when Bunnings organised a family fun night as part of their opening celebrations.

The store’s Timber Yard and adjacent area were turned into a big playground with a jumping castle, free face-painting and fairy floss, an animal nursery plus stalls by local community groups.

A highlight of the night was the Paw Patrol show which proved popular with youngsters.

The evening was topped off by a large fireworks display accompanied by gas flares which lit up the night.

At the weekend, Bunnings repeated the festivities, with Sesame Street characters Elmo and Zoe on hand to entertain children on Saturday.

The store’s opening fortnight of celebrations will continue this weekend, June 15-16.

Karla Cameron and Denise Smith, from Karla’s Carnival, were kept busy doing face-painting

Kingaroy Scout Ryan Olsen and Bunya District Commissioner David “Jamo” Jamieson were manning the Scouts stall … they were showing young visitors to the shop how to tie various kinds of knots

Amanda May and Holly Livett, from Kingaroy Girl Guides were making snow cones … Guides biscuits are on sale at Somethings Country, Rachel Stone Podiatry, Office Central, Kingaroy Home Aids and Nanango Gas

There was a crowd queuing for the free popcorn and fairy floss … Megan Morgan and the team from Jen’s Party Hire were kept very busy

Fireworks and gas flares lit up the Bunnings’ car park


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