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Children Expo invites to local business to for register stalls on 26 October 2023 at Kernot Hall in Morwell

Latrobe City Council invites stallholders citywide to join the Children's Expo on October 26, celebrating National Children's Week. Register now.

By news@gippsland - 18th August 2023 - Back to News

Latrobe City Council are excited to celebrate the region's up and coming younger generation in October this year at the Latrobe City Children's Expo. The Expo will be held on Thursday 26 October at Kernot Hall from 1 to 6pm as part of National Children's Week. This is a not-for-profit event that is free and fun for families of Latrobe City. Thousands of people are expected to attend the Expo to find out more about local services for children and families.

On October 26, the 2023 Children's Expo at Morwell Kernot Hall runs 1pm to 6pm. Stall setup starts at 9am. Share family activities and engage with attendees

On October 26, the 2023 Children's Expo at Morwell Kernot Hall runs 1pm to 6pm. Stall setup starts at 9am. Share family activities and engage with attendees

Family-focused expo

Mayor of Latrobe City, Councillor Kellie O'Callaghan said it is a fantastic opportunity for families to connect with the region and discover what is on offer locally for children. "There are so many services and activities for children in Latrobe City to enjoy, and they will be showcased in one location at the Latrobe City Children's Expo 2023."

"At council, we are passionate about cultivating a successful and positive future for our younger generation. The Children's Expo brings together a showcase of our comprehensive resources, services and activities that exist solely to improve the lives of children in Latrobe City," said the Mayor.

Stallholder registration open

Registrations to become a stallholder at the event are now open. Stallholders who offer the below are encouraged to register:

  • Quality goods or services to suit families with young children
  • Fun and engaging entertainment options to suit a young audience

The Mayor encouraged relevant local businesses to consider registering and getting involved. "If there are any local businesses whose primary target audience is children or families, I'd highly recommend they register as a stallholder to bring their product or service in front of the eyes of potential customers."

Registering is an easy online process. All money raised from stallholder registrations goes towards the cost of running the event. To apply or learn more information about how to register, head to our website:Children's Expo Stallholders page. Alternatively, questions about the Expo and stallholder registration can be emailed to

Pictures from Latrobe City Council Facebook page.


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