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See The Norfolk Light Up

By Rebecca Richmond

The Frankston Christmas Festival of Lights will be a kids paradise with activities, live entertainment, rides and favourite characters on show.

From Santa’s grand arrival leaving from Frankstons Railway Station at 4.50pm, there will not be a dull moment. Features include non-stop action on stage, the Carols by Candlelight, tree lighting and fireworks.

Some of the biggest film stars of the year, the Smurfs 2, will be in their very own live show at Frankston Arts Centre with free performances at 5.30pm, 6.30pm, 7.30pm and 8.30pm. Visit Santa’s House at Frankston Arts Centre’s Cube 37, tell Santa what you would like for Christmas and receive a special gift.

Nine News will be offering face painting and colouring competitions for everyone while they wait their turn to meet Santa. Participants can meet everyones favourite minions, Stuart and Jorge from Despicable Me 2, who will be hanging out in front of Frankston Arts Centre from 5pm and 8.30pm.

Frankston Arts Centre will be transformed into Santa’s North Pole – a hub of free children’s activities and entertainment. Children can make a decoration to take home or decorate a Christmas tree with the support of St Luke’s Anglican Church, the Gateway Family Church, South East Water and Masters Home Improvement.

All children are invited to dress up and be a part of a traditional nativity scene. Make sure you bring a camera to capture the moment. The rides and amusements area will this year focus on the under 12s, but their is still something for everyone. The festival will be held on Saturday, November 30, from 5pm to 10pm.

Details: frankston.vic.gov.au
Source: Leader

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