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Mark Olive’s bush to be enjoyed at the Multicultural Festival?

By johnboy - 10 February 2011 7

multicultural festival bush

Thanks to Skidbladnir for sending this one in.

From the Multicultural Festival website, when viewed at 1280×1024.

Does it do it at any other screen resolutions?

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Mark Olive’s bush to be enjoyed at the Multicultural Festival?
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Skidbladnir 4:49 pm 10 Feb 11

Persons of all can also get their picture taken with Constable Kenny. 🙂

Kerryhemsley 4:31 pm 10 Feb 11

Mark Olive’s bush might scare the kids

dtc 4:05 pm 10 Feb 11

KB1971 said :

I just want to take my 4 year olds without fear of them being subjected to drunkeness. They can do all of that when they are 18….

It gets quite crowded, however, as all the stalls are very close to each other. But I can’t recall seeing any drunk people. Its 80% food stalls plus a few touristy things (‘visit Austria!’) and various dancing on stages. Definitely family safe, whether family friendly with the crowds is a different issue. However, lots of sweet stuff for them to be distracted with.

KB1971 3:07 pm 10 Feb 11

BTW, thanks Johnboy.

KB1971 3:06 pm 10 Feb 11

I just want to take my 4 year olds without fear of them being subjected to drunkeness. They can do all of that when they are 18….

johnboy 3:04 pm 10 Feb 11

Depends how family friendly you need.

Quite family friendly would be my personal experience of it.

KB1971 3:02 pm 10 Feb 11

Can anyone tell me if this is a good, family friendly event? I just remember the days of the old “Alcoholic Frolic” on the shores of LBG.

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