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Deck the sidewalks of East St with with boughs of holly

Karen Messmer. CBD Christmas Fair in the East St Mall. Photo Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin
Karen Messmer. CBD Christmas Fair in the East St Mall. Photo Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin Sharyn O'Neill ROK301113scfair2

GET INTO to the Christmas spirit on next Saturday from 5pm when local businesses host the CBD Christmas Fair!

East Street in Rockhampton will come alive with live entertainment, Christmas stalls, food and lots of fun!

Local Business operator Michelle Hayward said the Fair is a wonderful opportunity for families to get together for an evening and enjoy the Christmas spirit.

"We've got something for everyone from rides, animals and face painting for the kids, and of course Santa. There's also Christmas gift stalls, live entertainment, dancing and performing - it will be an afternoon of fantastic fun, entertainment and exciting activities," Michelle said.

"The local businesses will be open and Fair goers will have the chance to win a $3000 Visa Card simply by buying goods over $10 from participating businesses in the mall.

"It starts at 5pm and will continue onto 9pm after Mayor Margaret Strelow lights the Christmas Tree at 7.30pm."

There's plenty of parking available at the Arcade car park.

So, don't miss out on the CBD Christmas Fair, November 22,  from 5 to 9pm!

Proudly supported by Rockhampton Regional Council, RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service and Flexihire.

CBD Christmas Fair

Where: East Street, Rockhampton CBD

When: Saturday 22nd November, 2014

Time: 5pm - 9pm with lighting of the Christmas Tree at 7.30pm

Activities: Santa, arts and crafts, animal displays, fashion parades, face painting, dancing, food stalls and live band Pandamic.

Competition: Visit any participating business in the Mall, buy a product over $10 and use your receipt to go into the draw for a Visa Card valued at $3000.
 

Topics:  east st mall, outdoor-living, rockhampton cbd




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