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Media Release - 24 October 2022
Artisan products, free kids entertainment, food and music will fill the Campbelltown CBD during Fisher’s Twilight Fair during the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost on Friday 4 November.
From 4pm to 10pm the Figtree Hill Food, Entertainment and Kids Zone (Lithgow Street), Forum Q (Lithgow Street Mall) and the Market Zone (Queen Street) will be filled with plenty to do for people of all ages.
“The Twilight fair will bring a great variety of family entertainment to the Campbelltown City Centre over the course of the evening,” Mayor George Greiss said.
“It promises to be a great event full of different market stalls from local producers as well as a lot of fun for the kids so I encourage everyone to come out and enjoy the festivities,” Cr Greiss said.
The Figtree Hill Food, Entertainment and Kids Zone will feature a range of delicious food trucks and mouth-watering desserts, kids activities including a giant slide, face painting and balloon twisters alongside a photo booth, roving entertainment and DJ and live stage performances.
The Market Zone on Queen Street will be filled with live music, market stalls selling local goods and artisan products as well as showbags and a bunch of festival favourites.
Forum Q will feature the Fisher’s Ghostly Farm installation where you can learn more about the Legend of Fisher’s Ghost as well as free kids entertainment and free caricature drawings.
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