Enjoy a family-friendly night of carols

IN TUNE: Carolers lead a song at the Ceduna Community Carols in 2016.
IN TUNE: Carolers lead a song at the Ceduna Community Carols in 2016.

Get your vocal chords ready for a night of Christmas fun next weekend with the Ceduna Community Carols.

The carols will be hosted at Crossways Lutheran School on Sunday, December 9 with a sausage sizzle at 5.30pm and carols from 6.30pm.

In addition to the carols there will also be other live entertainment, including songs from Crossways students.

The night is being organised this year by the Oasis Christian Church and pastor Stuart McIlwraith said it would be a night for the whole family to enjoy.

“We want to get it back to being a family night out, where people can enjoy singing carols, meet up their friends and come together for a barbecue,” he said.

“This will be a family-friendly and fun night where everybody can have a good time.

“The aim is to get back to the family aspect of the Christmas season.”

The night was initially slated to start at 7.30pm, but Mr McIlwraith said that was changed to ensure all families could come along for the evening.

“Carols will go for about an hour and then it’s school the next day so it won’t finish so late.”

The sausage sizzle is free, while people are also encouraged to bring their own snacks, drinks, chairs and blanket.