After a three year hiatus, the Inala Fair at Cherrybrook is back, taking place on Sunday 23rd October.
Inala is welcoming back the community for a day of family fun, entertainment and shopping at the renowned event, after Covid and wet weather put a halt on things for three years.
Inala CEO Alexandra Davis said she was looking forward to showing off the beautiful grounds in Cherrybrook to the community.
“COVID has been, and continues to be incredibly tough for the clients, staff and families of Inala. Bringing the fair back is definitely going to be a highlight for everyone,” Ms Davis said.
Founded in 1958, Inala provides support for individuals living with a disability through a range of accommodation, day services and community support.
Able to provide flexible and tailored programs for each individual, a day at Inala can include the art program, volunteering, vocational or a special interest community-based support.
“I am so excited to be able to show off the incredible art created at Inala. From ceramics, to silver jewellery to felting and everything in between. The fair is the perfect time to get in early and do some Christmas shopping for a that one-of a-kind gift,” Ms Davis added. Along with the Inala artworks, there will be performances from local schools, pony rides and face painting. There will also be a pre-loved clothing boutique and a second-hand book stall.
Local community group West Pennant Hills Lions Club will be in attendance to run the Chocolate Wheel. And there will be morning tea and lunch available at the cafe. The Fair, from 9am-3pm, will be located at Inala, 99 Franklin Road, Cherrybrook.
For details, go to the Inala website at www.inala.org.au