I'm writing this reminder as the butter and sugar cream for the brownies for tomorrow's sports carnival. Remember that the kids need to be wearing their polo shirt, and either school shorts or blue shorts. Blue hats are also an optional accessory.
Don't forget that Friday is the Fathers' Day breakfast, too.
Looks like spring is turning on a fab start for tomorrow, so bring a blanket and maybe a chair, have a cuppa and a cake and watch the kids run and jump and stuff.
In a bit of a newsflash - the sports carnival has been postponed (yes, you probably guessed that) until the 1st of September. Further, this makes it cake day tomorrow! Don't forget to send some cash with them, and if you can manage to rustle up some cakes, I'm sure they would be appreciated.
And then tomorrow night is the P&C meeting, which is also clashing (at least for some yr2 parents) with the Ashbury information evening.
There will be an expedition to the Petersham Bowling Club this Sunday. There'll be an outside DJ playing reggae and dub in a relaxed kind of way.
I think our family will probably head down for lunch and stay for the afternoon.
Remember the 413 bus runs through Ashbury and Summer Hill to get there, so add some public transport to the adventure and you don't need to think about parking or 0.05 and the kids get the extra thrill of riding a bus. (OK, maybe only my kids get a kick out of public transport, but it's a possibility that I'm not alone!)
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