Rotary Christmas carnival will be bigger than ever this Friday

CARNIVAL TIME: Mr Ross Grillo, a member of the Rotary Club of Griffith, want to see a big crowd this Friday. PHOTO: Anthony Stipo
CARNIVAL TIME: Mr Ross Grillo, a member of the Rotary Club of Griffith, want to see a big crowd this Friday. PHOTO: Anthony Stipo

Not even bad weather can keep Rotary down. 

The Griffith Rotary Christmas carnival will help spread some festive cheer and community spirit around town on Friday night. 

Sadly, the event was cancelled last week due to bad weather. 

Mr Ross Grillo, a member of the Rotary Club of Griffith, said, “it is a great family night out which provides fun for both kids and adults.”

He said everything will go ahead as planned. 

“It starts at the same time,” Mr Grillo said. 

“Come down, try to win a ham and everyone goes home happy.”

The carnival has been a staple of the Griffith calendar for decades, aiming to raise money for the community. 

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The event will take place in Memorial Park, kicking off at 5:30 pm. 

This year, the carnival will feature caters for people of all ages.

Residents will have the opportunity to win a prize from the ham wheel. There will be hot food, ice cream, cold drinks, coffee and fairy floss for sale.

Mr Grillo also promises fun for the for the whole family, with face painting and balloons available for the kids. 

Santa will be arriving at 7:30 pm as well.

Lorraine Sutton’s talented students will also be on hand to provide entertainment throughout the evening. 

The Rotary Club of Griffith would like to thank Griffith City Council for their help and consultation to ensure that this event will run smoothly. 

For more information, visit the Rotary Club of Griffith’s Facebook page.