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By Victoria Stone-Meadows

The 2017 Casey Kids Carnival attracted more than 25,000 visitors from far and wide to Akoonah Park in Berwick on Saturday 25 March.
With live performances, interactive games, rides and amusements, an animal farm, face painters, market stalls, food trucks, roving entertainment and so much more.
The event saw families, carers and guardians of all backgrounds come together to share in the universal merriment of children.
The carnival had not-to-be-missed appearances from characters from the Trolls and Paw Patrol to entertain the crowds with shows on the main stage, and met with their fans on the day.
The event also provided a platform for a range of community groups and organisations to showcase all the services and opportunities that are on offer throughout the city, and local businesses provided food and beverages for everyone to enjoy.
A huge success every year, the 2017 Casey Kids Carnival was no exception and kids from Casey and all around can’t wait until the 2018 Carnival.

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