Mother’s Day Fun at Cooroy Fusion Festival

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Wythes Photo Fun

Capture a priceless gift for mum at the Wythes Real Estate photo booth at this year’s Cooroy Fusion Festival.

Held Saturday 11 May, the day before Mother’s Day the photobooth is one of the Festival’s most popular free activities.

Festival Chair Jim Ennis encouraged families to come and join in the fun and take the opportunity to bring mum along.

“This year we’ve got Mum covered on several counts. There are fantastic local market stalls, great entertainment and of course Wythes’ retro photo booth and card making activity,” he said.

“As with almost everything at Cooroy Fusion, the card making activity is free, as is the photo booth thanks to the support of our great sponsors” 

Sirah Robb from Wythes Real Estate said she is looking forward to seeing past, present and future clients visiting the festival and encouraged everyone to drop in to the photo booth.

“The photo booth will be at the Butter Factory Arts Centre. Get your photo taken and use the photo strip to make a unique Mother’s Day card.  I just loved the strip photos and card my son made me at Fusion last year,” she said. 

Cooroy Fusion Festival is a whole of town event including Apex Park activities such as market, community and food stalls; the Bendigo Bank Entertainment marquee; Cooroy Rag Skate Aid demonstrations; BMX demonstrations; the Cooroy Supa IGA Tastes of the Hinterland marquee with food samples; Noosa Art’s Theatre’s Tweedledum and Tweedledee character appearances; and the Noosa Pengari Steiner School sponsored Geckoes Wildlife Show. 

Across the road at Cooroy Library there are a range of programs and entertainment including Makerspace activities, Lego lounge, and Old MacDonald’s Animal Farm sponsored by Cooroy Country Menswear & Jeanery. The Butter Factory Arts Centre will also have arty activities including the Clay Shed Australian Pottery Throw Down, hand building for children and adults market stalls and the Larrikin Puppet Show in the outdoor amphitheatre space.

The Noosa District Orchid Society Annual Show is at the CWA Hall; the Lifeline Denim Sale is at the Cooroy Memorial Hall; and woodworking displays at the Cooroora Woodworkers and Cooroy Camphor Laurel Group in Lower Mill Road.

This event couldn’t be held without the support of volunteers and sponsors including Noosa Council, Cooroy Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank, Tourism Noosa, Cooroy Super IGA, Cooroy Country Menswear & Jeanery, Noosa Pengari Steiner School, Wythes Real Estate, Cooroy Rag, Fiducian Financial Services Noosa Hinterland, Sutton’s Cleaning, Fiona Winter Realty, Cooroy Service Centre RACQ, Gelignite Jacks, Cooroy Camphor Laurel, Sunny Coast Accountants, Mower & ATV Solutions, Cartwright Lawyers, Cooroy RSL, Greenwood Grove, John Madill Toyota, Noosa Arts Theatre, Jim’s Building Inspections Cooroy, Cooroy Hotel, McDermott Aviation, Cooroy Landscape Supplies, SPM Law, Max Watterson & Associates, The Clay Shed Cooroy Chamber of Commerce, Firefly Solutions, Permaculture Noosa, Noosa Landcare, Unity Water, Bunnings Noosaville and Plastic Free Noosa. 

For more information on Cooroy Fusion Festival head to www.cooroyfusionfestival.com.au

 
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