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Walloon prepares for an uplifting evening of carols

LITTLE SINGERS: Starring at the Walloon carols (from left) are Abigail Ware, five, Oliver Ware, seven, and Ruby Lincoln, nine.
LITTLE SINGERS: Starring at the Walloon carols (from left) are Abigail Ware, five, Oliver Ware, seven, and Ruby Lincoln, nine. David Nielsen

WALLOON will come alive with the sounds of Christmas next month.

The Walloon Uniting Church will host the community Christmas carols by candlelight on Monday, December 17.

The evening's music will be provided by the Gatton Christian Concert Band and a supper will be held after the event.

The celebration will be in the church grounds, but moved indoors should it rain.

Patrons are asked to bring chairs or rugs as well as their own candles.

The evening will get under way from 7pm at the Walloon Uniting Church.

Topics:  christmas carols, uniting church, walloon




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