QSWWA Annual Community Christmas Carols

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QSWWA Annual Community Christmas Carols

QSWWA Annual Community Christmas Carols

6 Dec. 2022 5:30 pm - 8:00 pmTuesday 6 December 2022, 5:30pm-8:00pm

Chiswick Gardens, Ocean Street, Woollahra

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The Queen Street & West Woollahra Association will hold the Annual Community Christmas Carols in Chiswick Park, Ocean Street, on Tuesday 6 December, a tradition going back over 30 years.

Stalls, including children’s face painting and balloons, the barbecue and refreshments will open at 5.30pm, followed by an official welcome and opening by the mayor at 6pm.

Woollahra Public School Choir, a regular highlight at the carols, will be performing again and community carol singing will be led by a highly talented group of local singers.

As always, Chiswick Restaurant will provide delicious food from the barbecue to complement your picnics, and refreshments will be available. As ever, local businesses have all contributed very generously for our raffle prizes, so make sure you don’t miss out on these great rewards.

Father Christmas will also be attending and available for photos with families and children. The event will be opened by Mayor of Woollahra, Cr Susan Wynne, representing our major supporter, Woollahra Municipal Council.

Put the date in your diary, pack your picnic and make it another very memorable evening. (In the case of torrential rain, please check the QSWWA website in case it has to be cancelled.)

Cost:
Free admission

Accessibility:
Chiswick Park has flat, concrete paths, plus there is a public disabled toilet.

Parking:
There is limited parking on Ocean and surrounding streets, so we encourage all local participants to walk.

Venue accessibility:

More information:
Cost: Giles Edmonds, President, QSWWA Visit website


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