Castleisland Chamber Alliance will host its annual launch of Christmas in Castleisland party this year on Friday 30th November.
“The event, will again take place in the Walsh Brothers Electrical car-park to the rear of Centra,” said chamber spokesman, Jeremy Burke.
Craft and Food Stalls
“This year we will facilitate, subject to demand, local craft and food producers who wish to sell their goods on the evening.
If you’d like to take part – please contact Neil Browne on 087 323 2493
Evening of Festive Cheer
“The main event will begin at 5pm, where an evening of festive cheer will commence, children can meet Santa and collect their free gift, and keep warm with some Fair Trade Hot Chocolate, in association with Castleisland Community College,” said Mr. Burke.
Fire Works Display
The evening will conclude with a spectacular fire-works display.
The main event will be preceded by a Sensory Santa experience in association with NEWKD.
Please check the Castleisland Chamber Alliance Facebook page for booking instruction for the Sensory Santa.
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