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Carols by Candelight in Manurewa

Media Release 23 November 2003

Carols by Candelight in Manurewa

Manurewa residents are invited to sing along at Nathan Homestead's Manurewa Community Arts Centre annual Christmas event Carols by Candlelight.

Treat the family to a night of music and carol singing. Bring a picnic if you like and don't forget to bring a candle!

Helping to spread the Christmas spirit will be local school choirs from Alfriston and Randwick Park schools. They will be joined by the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints Young Adult Choir, Manurewa Baptist Church Choir, a performance by the "Viet Angels" singing in English and Vietnamese and a Japanese Violinist. Come along and enjoy the variety of local talent from around Manukau:

Carols by Candlelight*
Nathan Homestead Park
70 Hill Road, Manurewa
Monday, 1 December, 7.00pm.

*Please note the event will be cancelled if the weather is wet. For more information phone 267 0180.


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