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Best bonnets and an Easter egg hunt are just some of the bank holiday fun events lined up for all the family at Dalavich Community Centre this Monday.
Other activities from noon until 4pm include table top stalls to browse, karaoke and crafts. There will also be a raffle, barbecue, refreshments and cakes.
Some table spaces are still available for £10 or £5 for charities. Interested? Call 01866 833357 or 07919 017002.
The spring fair is being organised by Kilchrenan and Dalavich Churches Improvement Fund with Messy Church.
Anyone who cannot wait until Monday to kick off the Easter break can have a go at pitting their general knowledge against others at a quiz at Dalavich Social Club tonight, Thursday April 18, starting at 8pm.