Lancaster Football Netball Club makes all families welcome.July 16, 2014 3:55am
Ready to have fun at the footy are (back) Sam Campbell, Will Burnett, Thomas Burnett, Luke Davies and (front) Will Campbell, Grace Burnett, Liam Henson, Taylor Rennie.
It will be a family day at the footy on Saturday when the Lancaster Wombats host Tallygaroopna.
Lancaster Football Netball Club is putting an emphasis on families and a jumping castle and face painting will be among the off-field entertainment.
There will be some fun activities in the hall from noon and at half-time of the main game with lots of giveaways on offer.
Admission to the footy is free for children.
The adults are reminded it’s their turn to let their hair down the following Saturday when the club hosts its annual masquerade ball.
Tickets are still available from Bennett’s for $50 each, which includes finger food by Fiona Cordingly and entertainment by Tyler Hutson.
The theme is Winter Wonderland and dress is formal. Drinks will be at bar prices and there will be a bus from Kyabram and return.
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