Hark, the carollers will sing ...

CAROLS in the Glen will see Christmas music ring out across the Nana Glen showground in Morrows Road on Saturday night.

The family evening will start soon after 6pm with a sausage sizzle barbecue, cold drinks, coffee and cakes for sale, courtesy of the hard working members of the Nana Glen Public School P&C.

There will be live entertainment by The Toads, the Jungle Jam Band, a 10-piece carols band and award-winning Nana Glen Public School Choir.

Santa Claus is expected to arrive about 7.30pm, glow sticks will be available and the event will conclude at 9pm.

Carols in the Glen has been organised by the Nana Glen School P&C and Orara Valley Place Committee co-ordinator Courtney Tune from Coffs Harbour City Council's Economic Development Unit.

Everyone is welcome and entry is by gold coin donation.

OTHER events over the weekend worth noting include the Urunga evening at Morgo Street Reserve from 5pm, with dance, food and fun.

And on Sunday, don't miss the Christmas Carols on the Foreshore at Sandy Beach, presented by Sandy Beach Community Baptist Church.

Festivities start at 6pm with a barbecue and carols begin at 7.30pm. There will be face painting, a jumping castle, glow sticks and hot and cold refreshments available.

Bonville/Sawtell Community Carols will begin at 7pm at Bonville Hall tomorrow night. Coffs Harbour Brass Band and Sing Australia Choir will be there, and a big country supper will follow.

Then, on Monday evening, there's the Sawtell Carols by Candlelight on the 9th Fairway at Sawtell Golf Club from 6pm. Santa will arrive at 7.30pm.

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