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Salt Water Market will be hosting a “Christmas Spectacular” like no other at Awaba Public School 30 Nov

Friends of Awaba Public School published their new blog post today:

Salt Water Market who are renown for the unique stalls and a refreshing experience are having their “Christmas Spectacular” at Awaba Public School 30 Nov.

Awaba Public School is struggling for student numbers to retain it’s 2 classroom format in 2015, which is why Salt Water Market are coming in to help promote the school and the hidden treasure of the western shores of Lake Macquarie.

Parents from Awaba Public School will be on the BBQ cooking up a storm while the kids are going to have an absolute ball in the “Kids Zone”. They can have their face painted and then scare the living daylights out of the jumping castle operators before Santa makes a surprise visit at 11am.

It is the perfect day out. It’s a place for family, friends and the whole community to come together to connect and celebrate.

Having been on the shores of Lake Macquarie at Swansea Public since 2012 they have now been seen at the Mattara Festival on the Newcastle Foreshore and down as far as Empire Bay on the Central Coast and next stop…Awaba Public School!

A Refreshing Experience. It’s a market like no other and a place where family and friends can spend the day.

Why not enjoy lunch, grab a coffee and sit in the chillout area to listen to some great music by Masterclass.

The markets are a  community initiative, raising the profile of the destinations of Swansea, it’s place of birth, and Lake Macquarie (now including Awaba), increasing community spirit and providing opportunities for small business and local charities. Entertaining and inspiring visitors and locals alike.

You can get a taste of the Salt Water Market and Masterclass in the blog post:…

About Awaba Public School

Awaba Public School was founded in 1891 and has seen generations of locals go through the classrooms. While these days because of it proximity to the M1, Toronto & Newcastle, there are more new families living in the area.

It is known as the Small School With Big Ideas.

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