Mooroopna Carols in the Park

The Kiwanis Club of Mooroopna proudly present ‘Carols in the Park’, a free evening of fun & relaxation leading up to Christmas.

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Mooroopna Carols in the Park
Mooroopna Carols in the Park

Quick Info

When:
8 December 2018 at 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Where:
John Gray Oval, McLennan Street, Mooroopna
Cost:
FREE

Free off-street parking, free entertainment, free activities and all to conclude with a fireworks & sound show spectacular!

Bring your picnic rug, chairs and Christmas cheer (& coat if a cooler evening). All is free, except food stalls & LED candles. All proceeds go to supporting the 'Heart Kids Organisation’. Free carol songbooks are available from Kiwanis BBQ tent.

ENTERTAINMENT: Live music with the House Band, various local artists & musicians including Reg Poole & Callum Gleeson, local schools, musical groups, Sing Australia Choir, special guest visit by Santa, fireworks & sound show, sponsored by GMCU & Hit FM, to conclude with weather permitting.

ACTIVITIES: Anglican Church Dress-Up Nativity Scene & Photo Booth; giant jumping castles; Activities in the Park inflatable soccer target.

FOOD: The Kiwanis Club of Mooroopna BBQ & Drinks; coffee van; snow cones

For more information
Contact: Stuart Fenby on 0403 743 202 or dream_achievers@optusnet.com.au
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