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Carols in the Park: Piesse Park embraces Christmas spirit for second straight year

Harry GrigsonGreat Southern Herald
Carols in the Park last year in Katanning.
Camera IconCarols in the Park last year in Katanning. Credit: Sian Anyon

Stretch your vocal cords and start rehearsing your favourite Christmas jingles as Katanning’s Carols in the Park returns to the Piesse Park amphitheatre for the second straight year.

After such a successful night at the venue last year, the amphitheatre will once again attract families to the town’s favourite sing-along on Saturday, December 9.

Popular local duo the Winston Brothers will provide pre-carol entertainment before a local choir takes centre stage at 7pm.

Carols in the Park will be held at the Piesse Park amphitheatre for the send straight year.
Camera IconCarols in the Park will be held at the Piesse Park amphitheatre for the send straight year. Credit: Harry Grigson/Great Southern Herald

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Carols co-ordinator Tania Severin said this year’s edition would be another perfect night to embrace the Christmas spirit with singing along strongly encouraged.

“It’s a fun and enjoyable time for families to come together and sing some songs and celebrate together right before Christmas,” Ms Severin said. “There will be candles handed out at the beginning of the night and songbooks with all the words to the songs so people can sing along as well.

“There will be stalls for people to buy food and plenty of areas for people to set up their picnic and enjoy the atmosphere for the night.”

Families are urged to head to the park at 4pm to take part in a host of games and activities before the main event.

“We’re going to have bubbles, giant games and a treasure hunt activity,” she said.

“There’s also going to going to be a craft and colouring-in tent as well as an animal farm.

“Kids can dress up as their favourite nativity character as well.”

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