For a More Harmonious Community: Harmony Day Festival in Springfield Central

Photo credit: World Harmony Society

On 24 March, celebrate Harmony Day Festival at Robelle Domain Parklands in Springfield Central from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The aim of the event is to connect multicultural and main stream communities and organisations as well as enhance and develop more harmonious communities.

A Family Event

There are many activities for kids and adults, so make it a family affair. Enjoy the fun rides as well as the free face painting. For $10, you get yourself unlimited rides already.

You can also join in several workshops such as the martial arts and the lion dance workshops.

It wouldn’t be a festival without some great entertainment. There will be multicultural performances by The Studio of Performing Arts, Showbiz Express Circus & Dance, and young vocalist Paris Morgan.

Win a Prize

There will also be a Lucky Door draw. Who knows? You might just win a Nintendo Switch Console. All you need to do is fill up the raffle ticket and submit it to the Festival Information Stall. You have to be present during the raffle time, which will start at 7:50 p.m.

Don’t miss out on the Free Red Bag, which will be distributed at 5:30 p.m. and the $2 unlimited land train, a Westside Community Care fundraiser.

The WCC is a not-for-profit organisation in Greater Springfield that provides programs and services to the meet the needs of the community. They reach out to struggling individuals and families not only in Springfield but across Queensland as well.

At 8:00 p.m., end the night with fireworks!

The event is organised by the World Harmony Society. Established in 2012, they aim to promote universal harmony through intercultural understanding. They also provide assistance, relief, support, education, and care to any person in distress.