In a joint initiative between the Cooloola Cove Residents and Friends, Youth Activity Project, Wesleyan Methodist Church and Cooloola Cove Veterans and Community Hall, the Cooloola Cove Community Christmas and Carols is back again on Saturday December 14 from 2pm.
The event has an emphasis on social connection and community inclusiveness, so gather up the family, call your friends and tell the neighbour to come enjoy a casual afternoon of free fun at the Cooloola Cove Veterans and Community Hall.
Gympie Regional Council have funded not one, but two jumping castles for the kids to boing on! Get creative at the YAP free kids craft table, try your luck with the Residents and Friends chocolate wheel, grab a bite to eat from the BBQ or café, join in the games or just lazy around and enjoy the community spirit.
The carols will be held mid afternoon this year from about 4pm, as last year everyone was worn out from too much fun! If the weather is too hot outside to sing silly season songs, the hall will crank up the aircon so everyone can let loose and loud. Father Christmas may even make an early trip from the North Pole with a sweet treat or two!
So for a couple of hours turn off Netflix, put down the youTube, Facebook, Instagram distraction and take the time to get back to basics of community connection this December, by catching up with old friends and making a few more.