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Fisher's Ghost Twilight Street Parade

One of the highlights of the annual Festival of Fisher´s Ghost is the Street Parade!

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Celebrating the legend, our city's history and our unique community spirit!

The parade, which took place on 4 Saturday in November, has come to be seen as the official opening of the festival and a fitting way to celebrate the community spirit that the event embodies. Each year the parade showcases the legend of Fisher´s Ghost and the diversity of our local community in a vast array of creative forms, and is an energetic, lively and colourful celebration of Campbelltown City´s history and its people and 2017 saw participants ‘bringing back old school’ by donning their best disco shoes, lacing up their roller skates and turning up the boom box.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Street Parade!

Winners will be contacted individually to collect their prizes.

Best Themed Sporting Team   Macarthur Dog Training
Best Themed Performance Group   Millennium Dance Productions
Best Themed Wheels and Hooves    Penny Farthing 
Best Themed Cultural Group    Tartan is Groovy 
Best Themed Community Organisation/Local Club    Mermaid Tempest and Friends  
Best Themed Band   Ingleburn RSL and Campbelltown Community Pipes and Drums 
Best Themed School   Thomas Reddall High School
   
Runner up    Millennium Dance Productions
Overall winner   Tartan is Groovy 

Date and time

  • Saturday 04 November 2017 / 6.00PM - 8.00PM
    Past Event

Suitable for

Toddlers 0-4Kids 5-11Youth 12-17Young Adults 18 -24FamiliesAdultsSeniorsBusinessEveryone

Cost

This is a free community event

Booking

No booking required

Event category: CultureMajor Events
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