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Mooroolbark Festival 2017 (25 March)

The Saturday festivities begin with a 10am Street Parade down Brice Ave. Classic cars, schools, marching bands, community groups, fire engines and more will march from Station Street to the the festival at Red Earth Park.
Upon arrival the festival will be opened at the main stage, with a Welcome to Country by Aunty Dot and the parade costume competition winners announced by Tony Smith MP, before Melba College Band fill the air with their big band sounds.


10am - 4pm
Red Earth Park &
Mooroolbark Community Centre
FREE ENTRY
STREET PARADE
Departs 10am
From Station St, along Brice Ave to
Red Earth Park

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