Tomorrow (Friday) the weather is looking fantastic in the morning for the Father’s Day event. It’s also a $2 Day tomorrow, where everything will cost $2. It’s $2 to enter the shoot-out, which you can enter multiple times, its $2 for a coffee, $2 for a pastry and $2 for a juice box for the kids.
So if you’ve been storing those gold coins in your undies drawer forever and wondering how to get rid of the blighters, bring along pocketfuls of them to the event in the morning. We’ll also have tap facilities for cards if you’ve managed to avoid the curse of accumulating coins.
Event starts at 7am, the competition is how many baskets you and your child can land in 30 seconds. Many thanks to our generous sponsors:
Will & Co Coffee is providing coffee all morning
The Depot is providing the pastries
and we have donated prizes of:
skin and hair products from PATRICKS
a Barista Coffee machine from L’OR Espresso
Concrete Skate Supply has donated a Parent & Child workshop along with t-shirts
and we have a $100 BoozeBud voucher.
Even if you have two left hands (as I do and both my kids) and shooting a basketball is more likely to cause injury than land in the basket, still come along just to mingle and chat with parents and families across all school years.
Also – any parents keen to help out with running the event – please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or just turn up at 6:45am – there’s lots of little jobs on the day to help with.
For those parents not so active on Facebook, we’ll also post important and aesthetic info onto our Instagram account.
It’s a private account, so you’ll need to follow us. When you put in a follow request, if it’s not obvious that you’re a Bondi local or a parent from your Instagram profile and posts, maybe send us a private message to let us know you’re genuine.
Our P&C is doing a call out for volunteers for our City2Surf fundraiser SUNDAY 14 August.
We desperately need two volunteers per two hour timeslot!!
After skipping two years the City2Surf is back on which is good news for the school and P&C because this has been one of our major fundraisers in the last years, raising thousands of dollars for the school.
What’s involved is basically just a bit of car parking within the school grounds. Parking slots are mainly presold, with a few on the day. During the race obviously there is not much action, it’s more focused at the start and end of the day. Harmco, another BBPS parent, is the man on the ground on the 14th and has been running things for years so you won’t be left struggling with what to do at all.