The MMS Parents’ Association and MMS Foundation invites you to our Spring Fair!

Sunday 16 October, 10am-4pm, Brighton Campus

The Spring Fair is an exciting event bringing the MMS community together, to celebrate our wonderful diversity through food, music and cultural activities. This event is the major fundraising activity for the Parents’ Association and Foundation for our school.

We want to ensure we have enough food for our guests, but are also conscious of food wastage. Please help us with catering requirements by pre-registering your attendance, and also keep up to date with communications. This is obligation free, but helps us ALOT!


CASH FREE EVENT – Purchase a token!
The Spring Fair is a CASHLESS event – tokens can be pre-purchased (strongly recommended to avoid queues on the day). Tokens can also be purchased at the Spring Fair using credit/debit cards only. NO CASH.


Giving Back
If you would like to contribute to the culture of giving that exists within the MMS Community, please click here (click to open) to make a tax deductible donation and help make this event even more special.


Student Performances

Come and watch our students perform! Bring your family and a picnic rug for a fun day on the green, enjoying good food and good company.

Performances and Entertainment

Opening with a tradition Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony, followed by an exciting line up of international, traditional dancing and music.

Fundraising for our Community

All profits from this event go directly back to our school and most importantly, benefit our students and their learning.

Free Cultural Activities

There will be many free art, craft and physical activities for the children to enjoy.

Food Glorious Food

Your taste buds will be delighted with sweet and savoury food stalls from around the world.

Marketplace Stalls

On offer is a unique opportunity to purchase some wonderful handmade products made by our students.



10am Spring Fair Opens!

10:30am Traditional Welcome To Country & Smoking Ceremony (Bunurong Land Council)

11:30am to 4.00pm Performances:

  • Junior School students performing Italian songs (~11:30am)
  • Solo Spanish vocal performance from a member of the MMS Alumni
  • DJ from one of our Senior School students
  • Traditional Indian dancing and music from members of our school community
  • West African drumming performance and Djembes workshop from St Kilda African Drumming Group

International food stalls selling sweet and savory foods from around the world will be open all day including, empanadas, arancini, koftas, saganaki and German sausages

Free cultural activities throughout the day, including diyas art, Indian dancing workshop, handball comp, henna design, Djembes drumming workshop and karate!