Residents Invited to Celebrate Christmas Carols

Inner West Council invites locals and visitors to enjoy the festive spirit at Council’s upcoming carols in the park events.

Administrator Richard Pearson said that the events are an opportunity for the whole family to enjoy an evening of song, as well as to celebrate together as a community.

“I encourage everyone to bring along their family, friends, some picnic rugs and nibbles and join in a wonderful night of festive singing, led by some outstanding local choirs,” he said.

“Why not take some time out with the family? It’s a great opportunity to teach the little ones some classic Christmas carols.”


Saturday 10 December, 6–9pm, Ashfield Park, Cnr Orpington St and Parramatta Rd, Ashfield

Enjoy uplifting school choir performances by De La Salle Ashfield, Yeo Park Infants and St Vincent’s Primary, as well as other local and Church choir performances. 

There will also be informative displays by Ashfield Police, Ashfield Fire and Rescue, and the local State Emergency Service. 

Safe candles will be provided. 

For enquiries contact Carolyn Walker on 9716 1902.


Sunday 18 December, 7.30pm, Pioneers Memorial Park, Norton St, Leichhardt

A feast of song and celebration is presented by the Leichhardt Espresso Chorus, with children from all over the inner west singing, led by the famous Tinsel Orchestra.

Julie McCrossin will MC and Michelle Leonard is the Artistic Director.

Sponsored by the Inner West Council and the Leichhardt Espresso Chorus. In case of wet weather, the carols will be in Leichhardt Town Hall.


Wednesday 14 December, 6:30-80pm, Balmain Library, 370 Darling Street Balmain

Celebrate the festive season at Balmain Library with an evening of singing with the local choir the Spring Street Singers.

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