Harvest and Vehicle Movement Ban, City of Wanneroo - 6 December 2019
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City supports local Christmas celebrations
Published Tuesday, 26th November 2019
With Christmas just around the corner, the City of Wanneroo is awash with festive cheer.
From evenings filled with Christmas carols to a traditional Christmas lunch, the City is once again proud to lend its support to a range of community-run celebrations.
One such event is the Wanneroo Christmas Lunch, which City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts will be attending as patron.
“This free, volunteer-coordinated event is for anyone who is alone, in need of company, or doing it tough this Christmas, and is one of many community-run Christmas celebrations and carols by candlelight events the City of Wanneroo supports through its community funding program,” Mayor Roberts said.
“It is an opportunity to enjoy a hot meal, sing carols and celebrate the meaning of Christmas.”
Events supported by the City include:
Wanneroo Christmas Lunch
Wednesday 25 December, 11.30am-2.30pm
One Church Perth, Irene McCormack Catholic College
18 Bradman Drive, Butler
RSVPs essential, search 'Wanneroo Christmas Lunch' on Facebook
Carols in the Park
Yanchep Two Rocks Community and Recreation Association
Charnwood Park, 15 Charnwood Avenue, Two Rocks
Saturday 7 December, 5pm-8pm
No RSVP required
Carols on the Green
True North Church
869 Connolly Drive, Merriwa
Saturday 14 December and Sunday 15 December, 5pm-9pm
RSVP required, www.truenorthblock.com/events
Wanneroo Community Kids Christmas Party
Wanneroo Sports and Social Club
22 Crisafulli Avenue, Wanneroo
Sunday 15 December, 11.30am-4pm
RSVP required, call 9405 1152
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