Family the focus of carols

CHRISTMAS celebrations in Allora tomorrow will have a different look to previous years.

Traditionally, the Rotary Club of Allora has held a Bush Christmas, however they decided they wanted more of a family event this year - Allora's Creekside Carols Under The Stars was born.

Co-organiser Sarah Turner said there would be plenty of entertainment for kids, but wanted a relaxing evening.

"We want to re-capture the Christmas spirit," Ms Turner said.

"We want a family event where people can come and enjoy a relaxing evening and sit and talk to friends.

"We'll still have a mini fire truck that kids can go for a ride in, and there will be face painting too, but there won't be a jumping castle and some other rides because we didn't want there to be a lot of hassle for parents.

"We wanted it to be a more quiet, chilled event."

Gourmet hamburgers and Indian cuisine will be available, while crafts, raffles, woodwork and pottery will all feature.

Santa will also arrive at 8pm.

 Where: Dalrymple Park, Allora

 When: 6.30pm, tomorrow

 Cost: Free



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