Book now to ensure your family's spot in Kids Pics in the Park.November 7, 2012 1:22pm
It’s that time of the year again .
Bookings are being taken now for the popular photo feature, which will appear in the Pastoral Times on Tuesday, November 27.
Photo sessions will be held Friday, November 16, Monday, November 19 and Tuesday, November 20.
If there is enough interest, another sitting day could be added.
Kids Pics in the Park is the ideal opportunity to have your children expertly photographed by Pastoral Times photographers.
The photos are great keepsakes and also make delightful Christmas presents. A number of photo packages will be available for sale.
Photography sittings cost $17 per family, and the booking fee entitles you to one free 5x7 inch print. The booking fee must be paid before your booked sitting.
To ensure your children are included in the award winning feature, contact the Pastoral Times today on 5881
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