All your Christmas shopping needs will be sorted at the Tasmanian Makers and Creators Festival with a huge range of arts, crafts and handmade treasures. The festival includes a sausage sizzle and showcases 64 stalls featuring the best Tasmanian homemade makers. The event will be held at the Launceston Conference Centre.
The City of Launceston RSL Band will be joined by the Vox Harmony Choir to present A Launceston Christmas at St Johns Church. Tickets are $20 for an adult, $15 for children or concession holders, and $50 for a family of two adults and two children.
St.Giles is hosting a picnic at City Park for Christmas and all are welcome. There will be a free lunch and fun activities on offer. To RSVP email email@example.com.
The Tasmanian Eye Institute is holding a giant gingerbread man decorating event. For $15, you will get a blank gingerbread man, coloured icing, and smarties. For more visit tasmanianeye.org.
Friends of Theatre North are holding their Mega Christmas Annual Trivia Night at the Earl Arts Centre. There will be prizes not only for the winners and those placing last, but for the best dressed too. Visit the Theatre North box office at 55/57 Brisbane Street for tickets.
Launceston's Carols by Candlelight is back and will be held at the Country Club Tasmania. Pack a blanket or fold up chair, a picnic, and your best singing voices. Funds raised at the event will go towards The Examiner's Empty Stocking Appeal. The event is free, but ticketed. To get tickets visit rotarypassporttasmania.org/launceston-s-carols-by-candlelight.
The organisers of Harvest Market will be hosting their annual Christmas market on December 22, just in time for the last minute present shopping before the holiday. For the first time, the market will be offering a bar for people to enjoy some pre-Christmas drinks. The event is not ticketed, but masks are to be worn.
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