Community day celebrates 100 years at Davistown Hall on April 24

Davistown hall is 100 years old

A Roaring 1920s community party will be hosted by Davistown Progress Association on Sunday, April 24, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Davistown Hall.

There will be stalls and music from 9am-3.30pm at the hall and on the foreshore.

At 9am there will be a kayak paddle from Pine Ave Wharf.

The official Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony will be held at 10am, followed by live music from Top Cat from 10.15 am.

Refreshments will be available and there will be produce, art and craft stalls, along with community tables, the Saratoga fire engine and vintage cars.

From 10.20-11.30am there will be games and sports, including a paddlers’ race, a dragon boat tug-o-war, a Putt Putt Parade and a ferry tour, with a second one to depart at 3.30pm.

At noon, the Mitre 10 Tug-O-War will feature big prizes and from 1.30pm there will be three legged races, face painting, quoits and croquet.

The official cake cutting will take place at 2pm, with free cupcakes, followed by more music, 1920s inspired dancing and surprise visitors.

For details call the progress association.

Source: Media release, Apr 13, 2022, Davistown Progress Association

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