Olaf ready to melt kids' hearts at Frozen carols
THE temperature will hardly be icy or frosty, and a prediction for snow unlikely, but characters of the hit Disney movie "Frozen" will provide some winter wonder for children attending Warwick's Carols in the Park on Sunday.
Songbird Melissa Williams, who is always a hit with the children, will share her rendition of the smash hit "Let It Go" with an expected audience of thousands.
Olaf, the comic-relief snowman from Frozen, is also expected to drop by Carols in the Park.
With littlies of her own, Melissa is well connected with the music children love and she is certain "Let It Go" will have children front of stage, singing along with her.
Organiser Tracy Vellacott said that Warwick's Carols in the Park is very much a family night with a visit from Santa at 6pm, followed by the ever-popular Rotary Christmas dress-up competition.
"Carols in the Park is simply a beautiful and relaxed family night where we can celebrate Christmas and the blessing of living in a great community," she said.
President of Warwick Rotary, Darren Bray is encouraging children to come dressed as one of Santa's little helpers or in their special Christmas outfits.
"Even though the atmosphere is always festive but frantic, we want to encourage children to dress up in their Christmas costumes to ignite even more spirit at the event," he said.
Warwick's Carols in the Park will be held at the band rotunda on the Palmerin Street side of Leslie Park and attendees are encouraged to bring along their chairs and picnic rugs to find a perfect spot to welcome the festive season.
Carols in the Park is brought to the community thanks to the generosity of the Warwick Credit Union, Ergon Energy, Campbell Page, YMCA, APN Print and Hot FM and in partnership with Council and Warwick Tourism & Events.
For more information on Carols in the Park, contact Warwick Tourism & Events on 4661 9073.