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Jingle bells sound in Kadina
HILE certain aspects of Christmas in Kadina celebrations have changed, the majority is the same. This year’s event will begin with a parade along Graves, Day and Taylor Streets before ending at Victoria Square on Monday, December 18. “They’ll start wending their way through at 6.15pm with carols set to start at 6.45pm,” Christmas in Kadina committee chairperson Neil Sawley said. “We’ve had to modify the bed push a little this year due to CBD works, so we are calling it the hospital bed challenge. “It’ll be a more stationary event but still a relaytype challenge with all funds going to support the Wallaroo Hospital.” Local talent will be on stage to lead the carols and Father Christmas will be on hand for photos and so children can pass on their last-minute Christmas wishes. “We’re holding our Christmas lights competition again this year, with the best judged house win-
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Clowns Sydnie Roberts, Daisy-Lea Turnbull, Macayla Marner, Jay Green and Baylee Houghagen at last year’s Christmas in Kadina. ning $100 and second place $60,” Neil said. “There is no nomination process, we’ll just drive around and judge the homes in the lead up to the celebration.” “Residents are aked to list their homes on the Copper Coast Christmas Lights Facebook page. Kadina Apex Club vol-
unteers will be adding Christmas cheer when they deliver the Christmas trees on Saturday, December 9. “The following Friday (December 15) will mark the start of Santa’s Trail,” Neil said. “You can pick up a map from Idyll Hours Hobbies and Fun Stuff for $5 and visit a range of local busi-
AROLS by the Sea, presented by Light Church, will be held at the Edithburgh tidal pool on Sunday, December 17. “This year we’ve changed things around a little. While there will be traditional carols on the green they’ll be starting when it gets a darker at 7.45pm,” Pastor Darren Braund said. “Pre-show entertainment including local musicians will kick off 5.30pm on the main stage, and of course Father Christmas will be making his entry sometime during the evening.” This year’s community focus aims to involve the whole Yorke Peninsula through the Sizzle for CFS. “We wanted to encourage people
to help raise funds for this worthy group of volunteers by hosting a barbecue,” Darren said. “Each donation is forwarded to the special account set up with the Police Credit Union and passed on to their nominated CFS station. “As well as celebrating and promoting the CFS at Carols by the Sea we hope to be able to present a symbolic big cheque to CFS representatives.” Food and coffee will be available, giving everyone a chance to relax and have some fun while waiting for the main event. At the end of the evening as the last carol is sung, fireworks will light up the night sky.
nesses anytime until Friday, December 22. “Thanks to the traders for their support and time in helping us make Christmas special. “Christmas in Kadina is a wonderful event, it really brings the town together.” To register for the pageant, email christmas email@example.com.
Carols held in the Square at Ardrossan I T wouldn’t be Christmas without carols, and what better way to hear them and join in than to come along to the 2017 Carols in the Square at Ardrossan, on Sunday, December 17? “The emphasis is again on making this a joyful family occasion with lots of input from the younger generations,” spokesperson Mike Osborne said. “There will be an opportunity to sing along to your favourite carols, interspersed with a wide range of items from our local young people.
“Dean Errington will be emcee, and he’s sure to put a smile on people’s faces, plus there will be some surprises from others too. “Leanne Cane is directing the show, so lots of practise is going on in the next few weeks.” The evening will start at 6pm with as a sausage sizzle, while the concert kicks off at 7.30pm, finishing about 9pm with a candlelit finale. “Whilst there will be a collection taken, there’s a new way in which the
audience can help,” Mr Osborne said. “Bring along socks and jocks for men, and these will be donated to the Hutt Street Men’s Mission in Adelaide. “For your own comfort best bring a chair and a blanket, but if the weather is inclement the hall is booked. “The event is organised by members of our four local church denominations and generously supported by the Ardrossan Progress Association, and we look forward to seeing you there.”
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During last year’s Carols by the Sea Yorketown ambulance volunteers Donna Hickman and Stuart Heinrich-Smith gave Father Christmas a health check under the watchful eye of Ben Braund. Organisers aren’t quite sure what CFS volunteers have in mind for the jolly man in red when he flies in this year.
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Festive tidings at Moonta
RGANISERS of this year’s Christmas in Moonta are hoping for another well-supported community event. The annual street parade will begin from the community activity centre on Military Road at 5.30pm, on Sunday, December 17. “They’ll make their way down to Queen’s Square, where children’s entertainment will begin at 6.30pm and carols at 7.30pm,” Moonta and District Progress Association
chairperson Peter Murray said. “The Christmas markets, which were really well attended last year, will be held in the square from 3pm until 7pm. “We’re expecting good numbers again with a large variety of stalls.” Community groups are busy getting their floats ready as members of the men’s shed are working on refurbishing some of the existing displays. Father Christmas will, of course, be in attendance for
the parade. “Santa’s Cave, complete with backdrops from John Martin’s, will open from 10am to noon from Monday, December 18 until Saturday, December 23,” Mr Murray said. “The community participation in the pageant and in the streets is what makes Christmas at Moonta special. “There’s always kids on the side of the street, drawing away with chalk, it’s got a wonderful feeling.”
Emma Easther, Xander Leong and Ava Parsons dress festively to ride their decorated bikes in the Curramulka Light Up Night Christmas parade last year.
Curry lighting up again
URRAMULKA has built a reputation for having Yorke Peninsula’s premier town-wide Christmas light display. Curramulka will again light up this year as displays are switched on during the annual light up night on Saturday, December 6. Festivities start with the street parade at 6.30pm. All welcome to participate. “Wear your best Christmas costume, bling up your bike or scooter, or make a creative Christmas float,” organiser Sarah Harris said. “Last year we had Nipper and Nimble the rocking horses on trailers with Christmas fairies riding them. “Assemble opposite the pub at 6.15pm to join in or, for your viewing pleasure, stake a place along the main street as the parade makes its way to the oval.”
Many favourite attractions will be back, with some exciting additions planned. “This year we’ll have a miniature steam train which will provide free rides for the children,” Sarah said. “We have a lot more market stalls this year which is the perfect opportunity to buy some Christmas presents. “There will be baked goods, homemade cards and crafts, candles, jewellery and lollies.” The bubble tent, a hit with the little ones last year, will be back. “The giant inflatable slide is a definite (unless it is too windy); one flat fee lets you ride all night,” Sarah said. The popular Curry Cave is having a revamp — $4 will get you into the cave, an instant polaroid photo with Father Christmas and a lolly bag. Children will also keep
busy in the colouring in and craft tent. There will be fairy floss, glow products, face painting, canteen and bar facilities and a yiros stand. Music will be provided by the YP Schools Concert Band and SYP Junior Concert Band, followed by local Curramulka musicians. The town light display will commence from 8.45pm; these lights can be viewed until the New Year. The event is a fundraiser for Curramulka Community Club, with different sporting clubs running stalls and all money going back into the community. Curramulka Primary School also raises money through its cold drinks and glow sticks stand. Follow Curramulka Community Events on Facebook for more information.
Fishcare volunteers Ray Wallis, Rex Saunders and Geoffrey Zilm put some lastminute decorations on their float for the Moonta Christmas pageant last year.
Minlaton’s merry Christmas celebration
INLATON will again celebrate Christmas with carols, a parade and a visit from Father Christmas. Organiser Janet King said it’s a fun family night with something for everyone. The main street will be closed off just after 5pm on Friday, December 22. “The kids get to do the Red Devil Runaway which starts at 5.30pm,” she said. “We have 10 businesses on
board which the kids can collect freebies from. We had quite a lot of kids even from other towns do that last year.” Carol singing will commence in front of the Uniting Church at 6pm. Minlaton Progress will have attendees well fed with its gourmet barbecue at the rest centre from 6.30pm. The Minlaton Business Group raffle will be drawn at 7pm, followed by children’s parade judging behind
the catholic church at 7.10pm. The street parade will be at 7.30pm. “We have four more floats on board for the night,” Janet said. Kids can visit Father Christmas in the median strip at 7.45pm. “The Combined Churches of Christ program will start at 8pm and they will be performing Christmas carols,” Janet said. “Come and join in with the Christmas carols!”
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ORT Clinton is ready for its annual Christmas concert, to be held at the Port Clinton Community Hall on Sunday, December 3. The evening starts with a twilight barbecue at 6pm, followed by the concert with comedic, poetic and musical entertainment provided by local and visiting artists. Port Clinton Progress Association is hoping for another good turnout this year. “Last year’s Christmas concert had local guest artists prepared to entertain us,” progress member Pam Headon said. “Margaret Halford sympathised with a distraught Doris Tapscott, while Roz Brown entertained us with an Elvis song, using different words to Are You Lonesome Tonight. “Helen Croser recited some poetry while her husband David played his guitar and sang; a sister and brother from out of town, Leah and Nathan Rowe played the saxophone and trombone for us as well.” Guests will be able to join in the music too, with carols sung at 7pm before a visit from Santa
for the children at 7.30pm. “Although we may not have as many entertainers, the Port Clinton Progress Association is hoping we have a good turn up for the twilight barbecue, with the entertainment and carol singing following,” Pam said. Attendees can pay $5 for food and a show, or just $2 for the carols and concert, with all proceeds going to support the Port Clinton CFS. Port Clinton may be a small town, but its Christmas cheer is large, with many residents putting the town on the map with their large displays of Christmas lights. “A lot of locals love putting up Christmas lights,” Pam said. “Pam Wolfenden has changed location — but not spirit — she has put hers up including her reindeer out the front and now the neighbours have started too. “We’ve had another great display on Yarraroo Drive and also a few around the corner at Kulpara Street as well.” To take a look at Christmas lights, or just for a pleasant night of entertainment for a good cause, head to Port Clinton this Sunday.
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ORT Broughton will come alive during the festive season. The Port Broughton Progress Association will have something for everyone starting with a community Christmas carol service in the town hall from 7pm to 8.15pm on Sunday,
December 3. The Port Broughton Area School choir, Music Variety Club and Combined Churches Choir will be onboard to entertain the crowd. There will also be a special children’s story presented by school leader Steve Stokes. The fun will continue with
a Christmas tree display in the town hall open from 10am4pm Friday, December 8; 2pm-9pm Saturday, December 9; and 10am-2pm Sunday, December 10. The main event, the Port Broughton Christmas Street Party is from 4pm to 9pm on Saturday, December 9.
There will be a jumping castle, kids’ rides, music by the Kadina Wallaroo Moonta Band and Makin’ Tracks, and various stalls. The annual Christmas pageant starts at 6pm followed by the opening of Santa’s Cave at 7pm and an open-air movie at 8.30pm.
Having fun at last year’s Port Broughton Christmas pageant are Karsha Ireland, Ava Ireland, Mikayla Hewett, Keeley Hewett, Imogen Cadd, Meg Dalling, Zali Kerley, Annabelle Dolling, Nikki Thompson, Maya Ward and Tahlia Stringer. The pageant and street party will be held on Saturday, December 9 this year.
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Port Clinton will hold its annual Christmas concert, including include entertainment, a barbecue and a visit from Santa, this Sunday, December 3. Pictured performing at last year’s concert are Margaret Halford and Doris Tapscott.
HERE are plenty of ways to celebrate the festive season in Maitland. Maitland’s Santa Trail is a great activity for locals and visitors with maps available from the Maitland Information Centre for $2. “It’s a great way to fill in some time in the school holidays,” Maitland Information Centre’s Kelly Dyett said. Businesses will offer free gifts as part of the trail from Monday, December 11 to Friday, December 22. The Maitland Apex Community Christmas Party will
be held at Central Yorke Football Clubrooms with food, bar facilities and a visit from Santa at 7pm on Friday, December 22. “The Apex Christmas party is great for all ages, and lots of fun for the kids,” Kelly said. “There will be face painting, two jumping castles, Mr Whippy ice cream van, putt putt golf and water balloon fights.” For those after some carolling, the town carols will be held at Central Yorke School with a barbecue dinner kicking off proceedings before singing starts at 7pm on Tuesday, December 19.
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AROOKA’S Christmas Eve pageant just keeps getting bigger and better, even after 53 years. It is the town’s night to shine as the main street comes alive with family groups, neighbours and visitors lining the pageant route waiting to see what’s in the convoy. “It’s a great family night and a chance for the community as a whole to spend some time together to celebrating the festive season,” a spokesperson said. “The town’s rotunda and lawn area becomes the focal point after the parade has worked its way around town.” Pageant entrants are asked to meet at the Warooka Bowling Club at 7pm, with the pageant leaving the oval’s gates at 7.30pm.
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Archie Bryan was happy to help grandma Chris Haylock with the Yorketown Garden Nursery display at the annual Yorketown Christmas Tree Festival last year.
ORKETOWN’S main street precinct will become a child-friendly zone for the annual Christmas Goodie Trail on Saturday, December 16. More than 100 children collected goodie bags before hitting the streets as part of the Yorketown Progress Association event last year. “Once again volunteers will be stationed in the Courthouse gardens handing out the goodie bags, with treats available from about a dozen stops along the main street,” progress president Jenny Voigt said. Santa will also be in residence as part of the trail, providing an all-important stop for children who want to give him any lastminute wishes or delivery instructions! “We are also hoping to organise someone to do face painting, and of course we’ll make sure no one goes hungry with our cooks firing up the barbecue for a sausage sizzle plus bacon and egg sandwiches throughout the morning,” Jenny said. The Goodie Trail will start at 9am and finish at noon.
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HAT do you get when you combine miles of tinsel and dozens of baubles? The Yorketown Christmas Tree Festival of course! The Yorketown Progress Association display is the place to go if you’re looking for inspiration, with Christmas tree displays by local schools, businesses, community groups, individuals and family groups. Last year, the creative juices really flowed amongst the 23 entries from traditional to
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LANNING is well in hand for the ecumenical carol service in the St Columba’s Memorial School hall, Yorketown, this Sunday, December 3. “We’ve used the school hall for the past two years, the move welcomed by all who have attended,” organising committee spokesperson Cheryl Bates said. “It has proved to be very comfortable with good technology, air-conditioning and an intimate ambience. “The event is very family
Collecting treats on the Christmas Goodie Trail at Yorketown last year were Tyler Preuss, Mackenzie Preuss, Tyler Pearson, Chase Pearson and Caleb Preuss.
friendly, the children have access to the school playground and there’s a sausage sizzle available from 5pm, with the carol service starting at 6pm.” Pastor Peter Fuhlbohm will give the Christmas message and readings from the Bible will be presented by Jill Huston and Ken Maas. “We are lucky enough to have Malcolm Dinning singing again this year while Ruby Barlow and Lucy Warren will each play a piano solo, plus an item from the Crosby children they’ve been busy preparing
for weeks,” Cheryl said. “The Minlaton Band will provide music and, with some enthusiastic voices from the community, it promises to be a joyful musical evening and a wonderful way to experience the spirit of Christmas.” The work of Operation Christmas Child which is convened by Samaritan’s Purse, an organisation dedicated to Christian relief and evangelism, will be explained. “They arrange for shoeboxes of items for underprivileged children, mainly in
overseas countries, to be packed and sent,” Cheryl said. “Offering from the night will be donated to the organisation to help cover the costs of the distribution of the shoeboxes.” A light supper will be available after the final carol thanks to the generosity of the Lutheran and Uniting Church guilds. The committee asks intending patrons to bring their family and friends, and their voices for what promises to be a wonderful introduction to the Christmas season.
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