Christ­mas mar­kets this Satur­day

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

sion of Car­rie took a 1970s sto­ry­line, and brought it into mod­ern terms with­out even a hint of change in the plot.

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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.

SHE’S BACK: Car­rie, star­ring Ju­lianne Moore and Chloë Grace Moretz, opens to­day at Bowen Sum­mer­gar­den Cine­mas. Photo Michael Gib­son.

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