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September 23, 2021

Carols at Lennox

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This Sunday, December 2, sees the annual Carols In The Park at Williams Reserve, Lennox Head from 5.30 till 9pm.

There will be lots of local performances, plus kids’ activities including face painting, candles, an animal farm and a special appearance by Santa.

There will be plenty to eat, too, including snow cones, Mavis’s famous choc slice, and barbecue. Drinks, coffee and chips will also be available ( $1–4 ).

Enjoy the fireworks at dusk.

This is a no-glass, alcohol-free event.


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