Carols under the peppermints
carols are on again in Peppermint Grove after unseasonal rain and storms forced last year’s event to be cancelled.
Families and friends will again gather at Manners Hill Park on Sunday, December 16, for the popular Christmas event.
The Salvation Army’s Balga community band will accompany the singing, led by the Mighty Camelot Choir.
All proceeds from the evening go to the Balga Early Learning Centre, to help it buy play and craft equipment, as well as a small Christmas gift for each of the children in its care.
People can support the centre by buying raffle tickets with wonderful prizes to be won from local businesses such as Just Music, Mainpeak, Vans, Boatshed Market and Murph and Murph.
There will also be songbooks and Christmas goodies for sale.
Non-perishable food will be gratefully received by the Salvation Army for its Christmas appeal.
This year, for the first time, people will also be able to buy hot dogs and drinks at the sausage sizzle.
Otherwise, just head along with a picnic and settle in for a wonderful evening.
The carols begin at 6.30pm.
Right: Kit Guit and Charlie Bates deliver invitations for the Peppermint Grove Carols by Candlelight.