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Port Lincolns "Carols On The Foreshore" Tomorrow Evening

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Port Lincoln’s annual Christmas Carols event, Carols on the Foreshore will be held tomorrow evening to a revamped format. 

The Carols on the Foreshore will again be presented by the Port Lincoln Ministers Association with food and drink stalls also to be present at the site, raising money for various local charities and community groups. 

Entertainment will commence from 6pm tomorrow evening with entertainment presented by school students from Navigators College and St Joseph’s School. 

The Carols will commence from 8pm featuring numerous local singers and musicians with four separate groups of musos leading different segments of the evening’s program. 

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