COMMUNITY FOCUS: The Emu Park Shopping Bonanza.
COMMUNITY FOCUS: The Emu Park Shopping Bonanza. supplied

Emu Park Christmas Bonanza

EMU Park annual Christmas Bonanza is on again and the community will be the winners.

Wavelengths for Hair Owner Cathy Patullo said this year's annual Bonanza will be a treat for everyone with most of the Emu Park traders joining in on the fun.

"We hold the Christmas Bonanza every year and it has become a day of festivity and fun with lots of bargains to be found for pre-Christmas shopping,” Cathy said.

"We love any excuse to have fun and we are very aware that this time of the year can get expensive for shoppers so this is our way of lightening the load.

"There will be a sausage sizzle, huge discounts from retailers, a ham wheel, raffles, a monster retailers' raffle and giveaways for all ages.

"We have the Sha Wazza girls, line dancers, jumping castle for the children, free ice-blocks, a town crier, radio NAG and everyone's favourite, Emu Park Lions ham wheel.

"Anyone who spends more than $5 before December 2 at any participating Emu Park outlet will go in the draw will get a ticket in the monster retailers' multi-draw raffle drawn at noon on December 2 in Emu Park CBD.

"After the draw we have a very special guest arriving at 1pm, Santa will visit in a fire truck.”

Cathy said the day will offer a chance to get into the Christmas spirit while saving money on the shopping.

"This is a huge community day that we all look forward to,” she said. "I hope everyone will come along and enjoy the fun.”

Emu Park Christmas Bonanza is an annual event sponsored by the Emu Park traders and supported by Emu Park Lions.

Everyone is invited to pick up some fabulous pre-Christmas purchases.



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