COLBINABBIN Primary School is celebrating its centenary on the weekend of October 28 and 29.
All past and present students, teachers and community members are invited to celebrate 100 years of quality education at the school.
Principal Robyn MacLean said that everyone from the broader the community was welcome as well.
There will be a range of artefacts, photos and documents on display at the school from 10.30am-5pm on both days.
Centenary souvenirs will be available for purchase.
‘‘Some of the products that have been made to sell include wine glasses, fridge magnets, pens, key tags — and special bottles of Shiraz have been made in recognition of the celebrations,’’ Robyn said.
‘‘We will also have tea towels for sale, which have self portraits drawn by the current students on them.’’
All the souvenirs will be available individually, or together for $55.
An evening meal of roast meats, baked potatoes and salads will be served at the rear of the school from 5.30pm on Saturday.
The dinner will be $15 per head. A barbecue will also be available for the children.
There is an option for BYO alcohol.
On Sunday, there will be a barbecue lunch with salads available from 12.30pm.
All proceeds go back to the school.
The school asks for an RSVP for catering purposes.
Call 5432 9330 or email [email protected].