The hills are alive...

Clunes siblings Molly, Matilda and Oscar Rolfe-Narvo are looking forward to hearing their dad Tony perform at Carols at the Common this Sunday.

The Clunes Christmas Carols will be held at the Village Common in Walker Street this Sunday, December 17, and it promises to be a star-studded event with a special appearance by Santa himself.

Accomplished Clunes musician Tony Narvo has once again put together a fabulous show with something for everybody, including break dancing, community choirs and a delightful childrens signing choir.

Due to safety regulations, it will be carols by glow stick rather than candlelight this year, with the flame-free glow candles on sale at the event. A sausage sizzle, cold drinks, coffee and cake can also be purchased, so bring a picnic rug along and enjoy the picturesque grounds of the Clunes old school. The fun starts at 5.30pm.

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