A huge community turn-out filled St John's Primary School for the 7th Dennington's Day Out.
Organising committee president Amy Atwell said it was amazing to see such wonderful community spirit despite some drizzling rain.
"It was a really great day, our numbers are well up on previous years," Ms Atwell said,
"We think we had close to 4000 people come along, well above the 3,500 people who attended in 2018.
"There is a massive area for car parking and it was full and every street around the school was packed."
Ms Atwell said the amazing and varied stage entertainment, especially the young performers from St John's, were the highlight of the event.
"It was very courageous for these kids to get up on stage in front of hundreds of people," she said.
She said the giant climbing wall and the rest of the rides were very popular, and the food trucks all had a successful day with most vendors selling out.
"We want to thank the whole community for their support," Ms Atwell said.
"We really appreciate the support from all of the community groups, the school families and everyone in the area.
"The committee is hoping to purchase a new huge climbing spider web for the kids to use at school."
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