Carols

Fam­i­lies enjoy mu­sic by glow­light

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle - Ali­cia Perera

Dampier got into the fes­tive spirit on Satur­day, De­cem­ber 12, with its an­nual Carols by Glow­light evening draw­ing peo­ple from all over the re­gion to cel­e­brate on Hamp­ton Oval.

There were plenty of ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren in­clud­ing a bouncy cas­tle, pony rides, face paint­ing, crafts run by the Dampier Com­mu­nity As­so­ci­a­tion, and even a sea of foam to play in thanks to the vol­un­teer fire­fight­ers’ truck.

Mean­while, adults had their Christ­mas shop­ping and a bite to eat at the 40 food and mer­chan­dise stalls set up around the oval.

Later on fam­i­lies set­tled down for an evening of carols cour­tesy of lo­cal pri­mary schools and com­mu­nity choirs, and brought out their glow­lights to wave in time.

Or­gan­is­ers said it was a big­ger and bet­ter com­mu­nity event than ever and chil­dren and adults alike left with big smiles on their faces.

Pic­tures: Ali­cia Perera

Kaylee Fer­gu­son, 5, rides a pony with Ella Tat­nel, 14.

Lo­gan Reynolds, 11, and Locky Moody, 11, roll in foam from the fire­fight­ers’ truck.

Kar­ratha Com­mu­nity Choir mem­bers re­lax be­tween songs.

Lo­cal ladies stop in at Hamp­ton Oval be­fore be­gin­ning their Christ­mas Pub Crawlathon in town.

Ad­di­son Beaton, 2, Tilli Beaton, 7, Mau­reen Beaton and Charli Beaton, 5.

Jack For­ward, 2, and Daniel For­ward.

Cal­lum Pow­ell, 4, Mark Pow­ell, Jamie Pow­ell, 4, Carleen Pow­ell and Ma­son Pow­ell, 6.

Karen Han­cock sings her adapted Christ­mas carol Walk­ing in a Pil­bara Won­der­land.

Kayla Salta, 10.

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