Pupils entertain in park

The Terrace Primary School pupils entertain a crowd  in Pioneer Park, Alexandra, yesterday. Photo...
The Terrace Primary School pupils entertain a crowd in Pioneer Park, Alexandra, yesterday. Photo by Sarah Marquet.
Pupils from the The Terrace Primary School entertained a crowd gathered in Pioneer Park, Alexandra, yesterday as part of the Alexandra Thyme Festival lunchtime concert series.

With only two days of the festival left there is still much to look forward to including the Pecha Kucha night tomorrow at the Alexandra Community Centre.

For this event, festival organisers have invited nine people to each show 20 images with only 20 seconds to speak about each.

Local food and wine will be on offer.

On Sunday, the festival market will be held from 10am to 4pm at Pioneer Park. There will be buskers, an art sale, a talent quest and the sustainable alley - where businesses and individuals showcase their sustainable products and services.

 

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