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Colac Library part of Kana Festival this March

24 February 2022

The 62nd Colac Kana Festival is returning 19 March 2022.

Come celebrate Colac’s only free family festival from 10am–5pm with the street parade at 1pm.
There will be live music, stalls, amusements and a Festival trail on Memorial Square.

Our Colac Library Children & Youth Services (CYS) team is proud to be part of the trail and will have a great spot next to the children’s playground under the shady oak trees. All are welcome to join us on our picnic rugs, read a story or create a piece of art from natural treasures to take home. You can also have your trail card stamped. 

Find out all the details of the Colac Kana Festival on Facebook.

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