There’s a lot of potential for stalls at your event, whether it’s run by the school year levels, parents, or external suppliers. We typically see a range of styles at fetes we attend, but typically the best ones are getting your locals involved, rather than outsourcing everything. School fetes work best when each grade or year level is responsible for a stall. This lets everyone feel a part of the fete’s success and can offer a nice variety of activities for attendees.
While there’s no limit on how many and what type of stalls you’d like at your event, below is a list of some ideas you might consider:
Food & Drink is an important section to consider, as you don’t want your attendees to leave because they’re hungry or couldn’t get something to drink. We often find the best method for Food & Drink is to have an area dedicated for eating, with stalls surrounding this location. Making sure there’s plenty of table & chairs around is a must, and you might consider setting up a performance area nearby to offer entertainment while your attendees eat.
Remember everyone that helps create your event a success, and don’t let their efforts go unnoticed. It can be a long day for some volunteers, so throughout the day offer them a drink or some food. It’s easy to overlook, but make sure all stalls have enough hands to allow times for breaks. You don’t want a stall sitting their unattended with products and cash just sitting around.