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Let the Festivities Begin!
Goulburn NSW -
Jingle all the way to Belmore Park on Saturday 7 December, for Pictures and Popcorn – in the Park.
The family favourite event will return with a festive flair, featuring a movie screening of the ever-popular Christmas classic, ‘Elf’.
Attendees can expect all the favourites, including Eat Street, Kids’ Zone, a range of family entertainment and the Night Series Markets.
Goulburn Mulwaree Council’s Events Officer, Angela Remington said, “we had a very successful Christmas themed event in Belmore Park last year and we are expecting this year’s event to be even better.”
“What better way to celebrate the festive season than a night with family and friends, watching a movie under the stars”, she continued.
Journey through the flavours on Eat Street (Montague Street) where a range of food trucks and stalls will have a variety of cuisines on offer, such as Italian, Mexican, Indian, Turkish and more.
Kids can burn their energy in the Kids’ Zone, complete with jumping castles, face painting, gaming van, a roving balloon artist, a Christmas themed activity with the Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, plus a rock climbing wall and air brush tattoos.
A special guest appearance from Santa will occur from 5pm-6pm, giving everyone an opportunity to meet the man in red.
DJ Amy James will be live throughout the night playing a range of hits, including everyone’s favourite Christmas carols, the whole family is sure to enjoy.
The Night Series Markets will return, offering the perfect opportunity to shop local this Christmas. You are sure to find the perfect gift from a collection of carefully curated stall holders selling a range of local and regional products.
For more information on Pictures and Popcorn – in the Park, visit: www.goulburnaustralia.com.au.
Key Facts and Figures
When: Saturday 7th December, 2019, 4pm-9.30pm
Where: Belmore Park, Goulburn NSW 2580
MEDIA INTERVIEWS: Please contact Goulburn Mulwaree Council’s Events Officer, Angela Remington, on 02 4823 4502.
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