Pride FAIRDAY 2016

29 Jan, 2016

Relationships WA joined the award-winning FAIRDAY when it returned to Hyde Park in 2016. Pride Senior Vice President Michelle Rogers said the event was an event for people of all ages and backgrounds...

FAIRDAY was held again in Hyde Park, in the heart of the City of Vincent. It featured live entertainment, stalls and delicious food options. Children were entertained with a dedicated a play area, face painting and the Imagination Faeries.

One of the highlights of the day was the FAIRDAY Pampered Pooch Show, which kicked off at 3pm. The categories included Most Dramatic (best dressed) and Best Strut. The judging panel included City of Vincent Mayor John Carey.

Pride Senior Vice President Michelle Rogers said the event was for people of all ages and backgrounds.

“One of the things people love about FAIRDAY is that it is an inclusive event, where everybody feels comfortable,” she said.

“A key part of this is being a family friendly event. This year, we had a giant treasure chest with activities for kids inside, with a highlight being face painting with the fairies.

FAIRDAY has been running for more than 20 years and was a joint winner of the award for best community event at the 2014 FRINGE WORLD festival.

For more information please visit the Pride WA website here. 

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