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Y(Our)Fest This Friday!

Y(Our)Fest Happening This Friday!
8 March
4- 8:30pm
Morwell Wooden Park - Elgin Street Morwell

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Y(our) Fest is a day for the community in Morwell and surrounding areas to connect and get creative through free live music, arts and dance workshops, festival activities and food!

This event has been designed for everyone by the primary aged kids who join the Artists for Kids Culture artsbus program at Morwell Primary Schools. This event is wheelchair accessible and an alcohol-free event.

You'll hear music from local legend Harry Hook, The Roy Darby Trio and other local bands. Enjoy food from the FREE BBQ or a number of food vans and get involved in the fun games, art, workshops and other activities that have been organised.

“Kids create Y(Our)Fest and we are really excited to bring this arts, music and community festival to you. Joining us as artist in residence for the day is successful local artist, Regina Dudek - who will work with kids across the day - to build a giant paper aquarium out of paper and beads.” Kylie Greer - Festival Director

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