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Lismore Carols by candlelight tomorrow night

A group of kids pictured at a past Carols by Candlelight at Lismore's Riverside Park.
A group of kids pictured at a past Carols by Candlelight at Lismore's Riverside Park. Northern Star

GET IN the festive spirit tomorrow night at Lismore's ever-popular carols by candlelight.

The festivities kick off in Lismore's Riverside Park at 6pm with Lisa Hunt and the Forever Soul Band plus lots of local performers ready to entertain.

For the kids and the bigger kids the carols will finish with a spectacular fireworks display, NBN's Big Dog will be there, there will be a free jumping castle, face painting and of course, Santa.

Money raised from the sale of glow sticks on the night will go to popular local organisation Our Kids.

All members of the public are invited to the free event.



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