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It’s that time of year again where kids from all over the Casey region come together for a free day of fun that is all about them.
The annual Casey Kid’s Carnival is back again with a full day of fun activities, appearances from favourite TV characters, and heaps of fun things for little ‘uns of all ages.
Akoonah Park in Berwick will be kid central on Saturday 25 March with live performances, interactive games, rides and amusements, an animal farm, face painters, market stalls, food trucks, roving entertainment and so much more.
In a not-to-be-missed event, there will be characters from the Trolls and Paw Patrol to entertain the crowds with shows on the main stage, and they will meet and greet their fans on the day.
The interactive activates will know no bounds with children participating in free workshops including world globe decoration, badge making and opportunities to make scratch door hangers, bracelets, pirate hats and fairy wings.
So, grab the kids, jump in the car and head on down to Akoonah Park in Berwick from 11am to 4pm on Saturday 25 March.
To find out more about this fun day of activities and play, visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/caseykidscarnival.

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