Get fired up for festive fun in Brimbank

Brimbank will be bursting with festivities throughout December as our city comes together to spread good cheer during the most wonderful time of the year.

“Let’s all come together to celebrate the countdown to Christmas as Brimbank only knows how – with much joy, harmony and festive cheer,” said Brimbank Mayor Cr Bruce Lancashire.

The main event will be a Festive Family Fun Day on Saturday 2 December from 11am-3pm, at Green Gully Reserve in Keilor Downs.

Entry is free so bring your family and friends to enjoy a full stage show program of entertainment, community performers and sing-a-long Christmas carols.

There also will delicious food to tempt your taste buds, as well as face painting, craft activities for the kids to show off their creative flair or they can learn how to hoola hoop.

And you will get the chance to pose for a festive photo in our Christmas Wonderland with the jolly fellow in red, Santa Claus.

There will be an accessible drop-off zone at this event and a chill-out zone should you or your child need space to rest.

In addition to celebrations at Green Gully, our Sunshine and St Albans town centres and local shopping centre activations will entertain while you shop to your heart’s content this season.

Check out the popular Sunshine Christmas de Lights on Friday 1 December from 3–6.30pm at Civic Green in Hampshire Road.

Get your photos with Santa in the big red chair, see stilt-walking Christmas beetles, a roller skating elf, plus face painting and festive music.

Or why not drop into the St Albans Town Centre on Saturday 9 December from 11-2pm in Library Reserve, Alfrieda Street, for your Santa photos?

And book your free tickets to the Libraries Christmas Show extravaganza on Tuesday 5 December from 10.30-11.30am at the Bowery Theatre.

Bring the kids to hear stories, sing catchy songs, and dance with a fun and festive theme. Bookings:

““There are fabulous and fun events happening in December and we want everyone in our community to be a part of enjoying the festivities with their loved ones,” said Cr Lancashire.

“Book these dates in your calendars now with your friends and family to enjoy a wonderful line-up of entertainment.”

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