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Saturday, 1 December 2018 - 6:30PM
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Join us for an evening of entertainment, carols and fireworks!
Maroondah Carols Saturday 1 December, Town Park from 7.30pm to 10pm. No dogs. No smoking

What's on

  • 6.30pm preshow entertainment by Bethany Fisher in the ‘Christmas Spectacular’ show

     7.30pm Main show, featuring soloists Daniel Hearn and Caitlin Spears
    9.45pm a stunning fireworks show that will light up the Maroondah sky (weather permitting).

The fun also includes: 

  • food vans
  • face painting
  • an animal farm
  • roving performers
  • glow products.

To make the Carols as accessible as possible there are pathways that are suitable for wheelchairs and prams, accessible parking on Norton Road and our very own Marveloo - a mobile accessible restroom for people with a disability and their carers. 

Make sure you use the hashtag #maroondahcarols on the night! 

This is a smoke free and dog free event. 

 Some tips to keep your pets safe and happy during fireworks:

  • Talk to your vet about the treatment options available for managing noise phobias.
  • Take your dog out for exercise before the fireworks start, then feed them before you head out to Carols or in the lead up to the fireworks. A tired and well fed dog will be less anxious during the night.
  • Close the blinds/curtains, create a comfortable hiding place and allow your dog or cat to go there to feel safe. Put on some music or the TV to help mask the noise outside, and distract pets with games and food.
  • Make sure your dog is microchipped and that your contact details are up to date on the microchip register. Also ensure they are wearing an ID tag so they can be easily returned if they wander and become lost.

 

 

Date and Time

  • Saturday, 01 December 2018 - 6.30PM
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Facilities

Limited car parking is available at Swinburne University, Norton Road, including accessible parking. Wheelchair accessible entrance is via Norton Road also.

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