St Joseph's Primary School will celebrate 125 years since its inception with a day of sharing memories, fun activities and progressing into the future on Friday October 25.
The morning will begin at 9.30am with a mass at the Macleay Valley Parish Catholic Church with an open invitation to anyone who has been a part of the school in some form to attend.
Following the service, a shared morning tea will be held at the school hall where memorabilia will be on display.
A mural which symbolises the 125 years will be unveiled which a local artist has designed after receiving input from the entire school.
The afternoon will be for the students, as fun activities, music, entertainment and variations of different sports are planned.
Assistant Principal Mission Erin McGovern encourages locals with St Joseph's memorabilia to share it for the special day.
"We encourage people to drop anything of relevance into the school office and we can photocopy it and use it for the display," Ms McGovern said.
"People can come in and share their stories as well."
A time capsule will be dug up while another will be planted to be dug up in many years time.
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