Mouth2Mouth carnival to be jam-packed
THE Narrawong Recreation Reserve is expected to be jam-packed with entertainment on Sunday for the carnival side of the town’s Mouth2Mouth Walk, Run and Carnival.
Event co-ordinator Kathy Taylor said she was hoping for the weather to be kind on the day.
“The runs and the walks should be finished by lunchtime and that is when we expect the carnival crowd to swell.
“Presentations will happen at midday, followed by the cutting of the cake to celebrate the event’s 10th birthday.”
Ms Taylor said there would be whaleboat racing on the Surry River with crews for the Captain William Dutton Cup.
She said the carnival will feature live music from local musicians, a jumping castle, plenty of food stalls and a barbecue, and a special food stall this year with abalone from local abalone producer Yumbah Aquaculture.
“Music will be provided by Dave Bartel, Triple Standards and Ish,” she said.
“The CFA; the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning; the Kang-o-meertek arts project and Creative Narrawong will also have exhibits on the day.”
The carnival will be held at the recreation reserve from 10am to 3pm.
Ms Taylor said proceeds from the day raised funds to support life saving at the Narrawong beach and other community projects.
The Mouth2Mouth Walk and Run is held in the morning and features 14 kilometre, seven kilometre and three kilometre runs and walks.
Further details about the event can be found at the website www.mouth2mouth.com.au.