Christmas markets this Saturday
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THIS Saturday will be the last Lions Airlie Beach community markets for the year and it will have a distinct Christmas feel.
Singers from the Choral Sea Voices will be on hand to entertain the crowds with a special performance of everyone’s favourite Christmas carols from 9-11am.
Markets chairman Allan Gravelle said it will be a great way to finish off the year and thanked the community for their continued support of the weekly markets on the foreshore.
“We will have the Choral Sea Voices singing carols which will be great and it’s a bit of a break-up for the year for all our stallholders and regular visitors,” he said.
“The community support we have had this year has been fantastic and we’re hoping we’ll get a big crowd this Saturday for the last markets of the year.”
Mr Gravelle said the markets are a perfect place to buy loved ones Christmas presents with a wide variety of goods from clothing, jewellery, home decorations and much more.
The Lions will be selling their Christ- mas cakes with all funds raised going to support the various local programs that the community group is involved in.
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