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Children’s Easter brunch drew crowd to CWA Park to celebrate long weekend | District News

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Griffith’s children’s Easter brunch gathered the crowd on Easter Saturday, bringing children and their families to CWA Park for music, snacks and games. The celebration, organized as part of a collaboration between Christian groups in the region, is a key element of Griffith’s Easter calendar along with the annual Vintage Festival and the Producers Market at Piccolo Farm. Along with a wide range of sweets and snacks, the day featured a range of activities to engage the whole family: from miniature croquet to stilt walking and live music. Maya Kromi said that although she enjoyed the whole event, she especially loved stilts and hula hoops, and that her favorite food stall was a cookie-making station. “I like that there are a lot of different activities,” she said. She was especially looking forward to tomorrow’s Easter, expecting considerable supplies of chocolate. Miss Cromy and her father Michael, along with his brother and sister Xavier, traveled to Griffith all the way from Melbourne to visit the family over the long weekend, and the city was busy. Starting with the children’s brunch, today they will go to the Blood, Sweat and Beer Festival, and tomorrow morning they will go for breakfast to the Piccolo family farms, and on Monday morning they will go to their hometown of Melbourne. David Polhill, one of the organizers of the event, said the day went well, despite fears that COVID’s long-standing concerns could limit attendance. “Everything is so uncertain these days, you just don’t know, but it’s really good.” Representatives of various Christian groups such as LifeSource church, Fusion Australia and Jamie King of Red Frogs Australia said they were already looking forward to next year, having a few ideas to make it fresh and scale the event. “We want more things next year … more and better.” Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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