But what do you want to see at the Christmas Tree Festival?
Its a Christmas Tree Festival of the senses!
- Disability Access at the Christmas Tree Festival
- Morning or afternoon tea at the Christmas tree festival
- Christmas Tree Festival Raffle and Trading Table
- Christmas Tree Festival Entertainment
- What will I see at the Christmas Tree Festival?
- Christmas Tree Festival Opening Hours
- I’d like to display a Christmas Tree or wreath
- Where is the Christmas tree festival being held?
Disability Access at the Christmas Tree Festival
St Peter’s Church and its Community Centre is on one level, the ground floor.
The Community Centre also has 2 disabled toilets. One of those toilets also has a baby’s change table too.
Morning or afternoon tea at the Christmas tree festival
YES! Morning and afternoon tea is available at the Christmas Tree Festival!
Our local church members will be baking both savoury and sweet items for morning or afternoon tea $5 per person including a coffee or tea.
Christmas Tree Festival Raffle and Trading Table
It wouldn’t be a community event without a trading table and raffle would it?
The trading table will be selling Christmas tree decorations, fare, wreaths. Perhaphs you’ll find a Christmas gift or two?
Buy a ticket in The Christmas tree raffle. The tickets are $2 each, or 3 for $5. Prizes include travel bags, painting by local artist Helen Kibble, restaurant and cafe vouchers, cosmetics or goodies baskets. There’s also a hand made timber dump truck, ideal for the kiddies sandpit.
Christmas Tree Festival Entertainment
2018 CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL
|DAY||10.00AM – 1.00PM||1.00PM – 4.00PM||7.00PM – 9.00PM|
|–||Andrew Mintern & Don Bull|
| 11.00am ~ Tony Whitehill (Organ)
|2.00pm ~ Tony Whitehill (Organ)
3.15pm ~ Don Bull (Piano)
10.15am ~ SPW School Choir
11.00am ~ Andrew Mintern
|1.30pm ~ Tony Whitehill
2.30pm ~ Andrew Mintern
3.30pm ~ Peter Thomson
|7.30pm – 8.30pm
Warren Bourne (Organ)
12noon ~ Julian Ferraretto
– 1.00pm & Liz McCall
|1.30pm ~ Youth Group Plays
2.30pm – 4.00pm ~ Tony Whitehill
& Gary Sanderson
|1.00pm ~ Robin Wilson
2.00pm – 4.00pm ~ Dene Cordes
What will I see at the Christmas Tree Festival?
There’s much to see at the Christmas tree festival!
See a wonderful display of Christmas Trees and wreaths along with Christmas music and Nativity scenes.
Perhaps you’re a crafty person? Try making a Christmas wreath!
We also have entertainment at the Christmas tree festival. Its a festival for your eyes, taste buds and ears.
After you’ve seen the displays, how about Morning or afternoon tea? Its being served in the community centre.
There’s also a Christmas tree festival raffle and trading table too.
Christmas Tree Festival Opening Hours
Blessing and Lighting of the Christmas Trees – Grand opening
Wednesday 21st November 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm
Christmas Tree Festival Opening Hours
Thursday 22nd November 10.00 am to 4.00 pm – 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm
Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th 10.00 to 4.00 pm – 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm
Sunday 26th following Glenelg Christmas Pageant 11.00 am to 4.00 pm
I’d like to display a Christmas Tree or wreath
Anyone can create and display their own Christmas Tree or wreath. The only question is how creative are you? School children, Girl Guides, families and work places create and display their own tree or wreath for the fun of Christmas.
Registrations close on Friday 13th November 2018.
Please contact Mrs Janice Doyle if you require any further information on 8353 3515 or 0438 555 19 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download your registration to have a Christmas Tree or Wreath here –
Where is the Christmas tree festival being held?
The Christmas Tree festival is being held at St Peter’s Anglican Church, 1 Torrens Square, Glenelg. Its the church in the middle of the square, its opposite Coles Supermarket. The entrance is through the community centre’s southern gates which faces the supermarket carpark.