Easter fete at Patonga
The Patonga Progress Association will hold its annual fundraising Easter Fete on Saturday, April 7, from 9am until 1pm at the Patonga Progress Hall.
Patonga Easter Fete organiser Ms Judy Singer said the fete was a much-loved village tradition and has been held in the Patonga Progress Hall for as far back as Patongans can remember.
Held on Easter Saturday, the Patonga Fete is on the same day as the ever popular Pearl Beach Book Fair.
"Visitors and locals have a great opportunity to enjoy the hospitality and beauty of both little villages by making a day of it and supporting both events," said Ms Singer.
This year the Patonga Fete will feature arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles, jewellery and market stalls from local Central Coast traders.
Also on sale will be a selection of homemade cakes, preserves, plants, books, bric-a-brac and gifts.
"The barbecue will be fired up to sell sausage and egg sandwiches and a morning tea with homemade scones and jam will also be on sale," said Ms Singer
"We will be spinning the giant chocolate wheel all morning for a chance to win some Easter egg prizes and an Easter egg hamper will be raffled at the end of the fete," she said.
All money raised this year will go towards community projects such as improvements to the Progress Hall which has been the focal point for community events in Patonga for over 50 years."
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