Open Day and Fair Update
Saturday 13 May 2017 10 am to 4 pm
The PLC Sydney Open Day and Fair is now only weeks away and plans are in full swing for another great event.
The day is an opportunity for us to showcase the school and also raise funds for the P & F which are utilised to benefit the students.
The Fair presents a unique opportunity to get involved and meet other people in our community who are sharing in the fun and relaxed atmosphere. It’s completely run by volunteers and success is dependent upon the generosity of those connected to the school.
If you would like to support this wonderful event, here are some of the ways you can help:
We desperately need all the help we can get.* Register online as a volunteer to give an hour or two to an existing stall on the day, contribute to the High Tea or offer help the week before or after the fair.
*Due to space restrictions Hamilton will not be holding a mini fair. If you are a Hamilton parent we still need your help in all other areas: Pre-paid Ride Bands, Evandale Stalls, Food Stalls, Silent Auction, Drummond Field.
We will be holding the following working bees to assist with gift basket assembly, wrapping, faux flower making etc.
DATE: Wednesday 10 May, Thursday 11 May and Friday 12 May
TIME: 8.30 am to 1.30 pm
CONTACT: Stacey Toskas on 0412 095 174 or email@example.com
If you are interested in sponsoring a stall at the Open Day and Fair apply online today.
3. DONATE ITEMS
Evandale and Hamilton – items can be placed in boxes outside each classroom from Monday 24 April until Thursday 10 May
Senior School – please take items to the Senior School reception from Monday 24 April until Thursday 10 May
Larger items – a special collection point for large items will be at the Roundabout on Wednesday 3 May prior to the start of school.
If you have a service or item to donate to the Silent Auction please email details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you crafty? Do you embroider, crochet, sew or enjoy another craft? All handmade items welcome. Some ideas are aprons, hair accessories, embroidered baby goods, ceramics, jewellery…the list is endless! This is a great opportunity to pull out unfinished projects, finish them off and donate them to the stall. If you think that you could help make items to sell at the fair, please contact Michelle Ladkins on 0412 046 464 or email@example.com
SECOND-HAND BOOK STALL
The Second-hand Book Stall is one of the most popular stalls, raising thousands of dollars for our school. In order to continue this success, we need books and lots of them! So please clear some space on your shelves and ask friends, neighbours and work colleagues to do the same. We also need CDs and DVDs.
Donations can be left on the school roundabout verandah from the start of Term 2, Monday 24 April.
SECOND-HAND UNIFORM SHOP
The Second-hand Uniform Shop will be open from 11.30 am to 1.00 pm at Open Day and fair.
If you wish to sell clothing on consignment please drop off items no later than Tuesday 2 May
(item can not be dropped off at Open Day and Fair). The usual rules apply, please click here.
SECOND-HAND SNOW GEAR STALL
Do you have skis, snow boards
or ski clothes taking up space in your garage? You can donate them to the Second-hand Ski Stall. Email Ms Mel Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have vintage treasure collecting dust? Donate to us! We need china, pottery, linen, cases, wooden picture frames, vintage, antique jewellery and more. Email Ms Cathee McAllum email@example.com
To make the gift baskets interesting and enticing, each year group has been allocated a theme. We kindly ask donations* are loose items (not made up hampers). These items will be assembled into beautiful hampers by parent volunteers during the week prior to the fair.
* Please note, we cannot accept Easter eggs or alcohol. Also, please ensure all food items have an expiry date of at least three months or more.
- Pre K–K Sweet Tooth (chocolates, artisan sweet treats, lollies, cookies, biscuits)
- Years 1–2 Relaxation (pamper packs, scented candles, essential oils, bath salts, body lotions, perfumes, hand creams, facial masks, bath bombs, speciality soaps)
- Years 3–4 Tea/Coffee Break (tea cups, mugs, gourmet and herbal teas, gourmet coffee, tea pots, tea infusers)
- Years 5–6 MasterChef (gourmet food, gourmet condiments, aprons, oven mitts, speciality ingredients, jams, preserves, sauces, infused oils, vinegars, gluten free items)
- Years 7–8 Kitchen (cookware, kitchenware, tea towels, recipe books, notebooks, stationery, utensils, china, baking items)
- Year 9 Sweet Tooth (chocolates, artisan sweet treats, lollies, cookies, biscuits)
- Year 10 Relaxation (pamper packs, scented candles, essential oils, bath salts, body lotions, perfumes, hand creams, facial masks, bath bombs, speciality soaps)
- Year 11 Tea/Coffee Break (tea cups, mugs, gourmet and herbal teas, gourmet coffee, tea pots, tea infusers)
- Year 12 MasterChef (gourmet food, gourmet condiments, aprons, oven mitts, speciality ingredients, jams, preserves, sauces, infused oils, vinegars, gluten free items)
4. PURCHASE TICKETS
The rides on Drummond Field have a reputation for creating the biggest and best school based carnivals anywhere. This year the range of rides will be as good as ever. Never mind the reduced space, we have been assured by our carnival experts that the number of rides and range of fun will be as good as any other year. Purchase Ride Bands online at the early bird discount rate of $35 (unlimited rides).
A popular escape is High Tea. Don’t miss out, book online today. Please join us in College Hall for a sumptuous High Tea. Boasting a delicious selection of home baked goodies, bottomless tea and coffee, and music provided by some of our most talented students.
Visit the Open Day & Fair microsite to keep up to date with what's happening this year.