Spring is in the air once again this month for the annual Yallingup Steiner School Spring Fair.
Coming up on Saturday November 25, the day sees the school grounds transformed into a magical garden full of surprises for the whole family.
Event spokesperson Sarah Schröder said the fair was a great way for families to celebrate the season.
“Think circus fun, magical pony rides, live music, craft & activities and even a silent disco,” she said.
“Hundreds of fresh flower crowns will be handed out for free with the goal of helping celebrate the fun and life of spring.
“We will also have fabulous home made food and refreshments made by the Steiner students and their parents, including fresh coconuts, real fruit icecreams, cakes, quiches, traditional fresh lemonade, sushi and the famous Barra Burger for sale at various food stands.”
Attendees will find a market full of local artists and entrepreneurs selling their unique handmade gifts and products, with plenty of options for Christmas shoppers.
“The event, which is a fundraiser for the school, is a plastic free event, so we encourage everyone to bring a bag with them on the day,” Ms Schröder said.
The Spring Fair will be held at the Yallingup Steiner School (corner Wildwood &Caves road) on Saturday, November 25, from 10am-3pm. Entry is free.
For more information visit the YSS Spring Fair event page.