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Mount Lawley Christmas Festival

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Sun 29 Nov 2015, 4:00pm–9:00pm

Where: St Patrick's Anglican Church, Beaufort St & First Ave, Mount Lawley, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: courtneylpitman

We invite you to welcome in the Christmas season by joining us at the inaugural Mount Lawley Christmas Festival!

- The festivities kick off Sunday November 29 at 4pm and will run until 9pm.
- St Patrick’s Anglican Church corner First Avenue, flowing down Wenberi Lane to 2nd Ave IGA and spilling out in front of UnchARTed Collective on Beaufort Street.
- This is a free landmark event boasting a wide array of activities that are bound to please including camel rides, artisan stalls, food vans and markets.
- Presented by The Anglican Parish of St Patrick’s Mt Lawley, City of Stirling - Arts and Events, 2nd Ave IGA and Uncharted Collective.

The festival will be accompanied by live music throughout, with a relaxed wine and beer garden to while away the evening. Activities will be punctuated by the world premiere of a Perry Joyce work by the Soprano Project, and culminating with Carols by Candlelight complete with concert band and live nativity scene. Oh - and don’t forget the lighting of the soon to be iconic Mount Lawley Christmas tree… see you there!