WeekendNotes Adelaide

 
Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login

Things to do in Adelaide This Week (Monday 3rd of December - Sunday 9th of December)

by JAJ (follow)
Weekly Roundup (64)     

List Your Event

The City of Marion has held free Christmas Carols in the Park at the Glandore Community Centre for a number of years, and it's been growing in popularity every year.

ommunity groups on many floats and five bands take part in a parade that's the biggest advent event in the valley and looked forward to eagerly each year.

Ebenezer Place is a small laneway off Rundle St and runs across to meet Union St.

It's getting closer to the time of year, where Willunga Waldorf school parents and friends host the annual Christmas Market.

Port Broughton Comes alive for locals and tourists for the Christmas Festival with an entire Christmas Tree Festival the whole weekend, between Friday 7th and Sunday 9th.

Save the date for Minda Bank SA Christmas Carols Markets on Saturday 8 December 2018 from 2-7pm at Minda Brighton, 12-16 King George Avenue, North Brighton.

Join in at The Parks for an afternoon of markets and activities for all ages.

This year is bigger and better than ever.

Carols in the Square is a free family-friendly event run in partnership with Westcare Church and proudly supported by the City of Adelaide and StreetFleet.

Christmas Carol events always seems to bring out that community spirit and works as a prelude to the festive season.

The Pageant will be held in the Main Street of Clare as per usual, with Christmas floats and Father Christmas travelling south down the Clare Main Street, heading towards the Clare Town Oval, where once again, the Clare Christmas Pageant After Party will be held.

Head to the beach, enjoy the sunshine and see some amazing Australian artists on stage including Angus and Julia Stone with support from Meg Mac, Didirri and Seaside.

Carols Alive puts on a spectacular show every December and this year's event is sure to please.

Bring some food/drinks to share, and enjoy the music and dance.

At 7pm the St Nicholas parade from St Paul's Church to Hahndorf Academy will start, and there will be Carols.

Sinterklaas Festival will have loads of kids entertainment, traditional dutch games, Sinterklaas visits, Dutch music and Stoomboat for the kids to play on.



Get this list via email

#Weekly Roundup
I like this Article - 1
More Articles by JAJ
1 Dec
1 like
15 Sept - 17 Nov
1 like
11 Aug
1 like
31 Dec
1 like
view all articles by JAJ
Articles by JAJ on Other Hubs
ID: 90525
[ Submit a Comment ]
Trending Articles
by JAJ
5 Nov
1 like
by JAJ
28 Oct - 29 Oct
1 like
by JAJ
27 Oct - 31 Oct
1 like
by JAJ
29 Oct
1 like
by JAJ
29 Oct
1 like
by JAJ
24 Oct - 15 Nov
1 like
Categories
Featured on Other Hubs
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version