Santa’s a spe­cial guest

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - SCHOOL HOLIDAY GUIDE -

PALM Beach Park­lands will come alive with mu­sic, face paint­ing, barn­yard an­i­mals, carols and fire­works on De­cem­ber 17.

Christ­mas by the Sea is open to ev­ery­one.

Fam­i­lies are in­vited to bring a pic­nic blan­ket and en­joy an evening un­der the stars.

From 4.30pm par­ents can lis­ten to the sweet sounds of the jazz band while they set­tle in and watch kids get their face painted or visit barn­yard an­i­mals.

Santa will make an ap­pear­ance so chil­dren can let him know what they want for Christ­mas.

A gold coin do­na­tion for th­ese ac­tiv­i­ties will go to­ward this year’s cho­sen char­ity, Cross­ing Di­vides.

This is a Gold Coast-based, non-profit arts or­gan­i­sa­tion that pro­vides pro­grams for young peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties.

At 5.30pm, guests can en­joy the Cur­rumbin Pri­mary School Choir be­fore join­ing in singing favourite carols and watch­ing a lantern pa­rade.

Food and drink will be avail­able from the Dune Cafe and food stalls, of­fer­ing sausage siz­zle, na­chos, fun floss, snow cones and more.

To end the night there will be a spec­tac­u­lar fire­work dis­play.

Lim­ited free park­ing is avail­able at the venue, 945 Gold Coast High­way, Palm Beach.

For more in­for­ma­tion call 5534 7999.

Kids will en­joy play­ing on the beach at the Palm Beach Park­lands’ Christ­mas by the Sea event.

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