Christmas in Craigie

It’s all happening over in Craigie tomorrow, 7th of December 2017 from 6 pm at Moncrieffe Church
Last minute planning. Credit: Pete Chan

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It’s all happening over in Craigie tomorrow, 7th of December 2017 from 6 pm at Moncrieffe Church.

Spend your evening at Craigie Cross as local businesses have put together a great evening for everyone from 6 pm with Christmas Carols at Moncrieffe Church.

6 pm Christmas Carols and a short, ‘reflective Service’ at Craigie Church. Non-alcoholic, mulled wine to be served at Craigie Church.
7 pm Welcome address by the resident compere for the event, Mr. Chic Doogan on stage at Craigie Cross. Children from the JGN Dance Attic.
Light Switch On by nominated local Primary School Children.

It’s a Party – Performed by Children from Craigie, Inchview and Moncreiffe Primary Schools.
Led by Mrs Jaime Lidstone.

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Children from the JGN Dance Attic – Second performance.

Perth based band, Grand Cane, with Mr Kelly Mccormick and Mr Donny McElligott will perform an acoustic set.

A Christmas Medley, performed by the Ad-Lib Theatre Group.

Closing Address and Thank You, by Mr Chic Doogan and the members of the South Perth Community Partnership.

Food and beverages are also being provided donated by China China, Bookers Cash and Carry, and Willows Coffee Shop & Restaurant.

Shorty the group mascot and staff from Bookers Cash and Carry. Credit: Pete Chan

Organisers are asking for a donation of any kind and all monies on the night will be donated to a charity CATH to help local homeless.

If you can’t attend you can always donate to CATH directly by hitting the button below.

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