Without the wintry markers of Halloween, Bonfire Night and the onset of cold weather, it’s hard to remember that Christmas is coming. Fortunately, that’s when the local custom of the Christmas Pageant comes in.
Glenelg’s Jetty Road is lined with up to 30,000 people. Kids armed with multi-coloured chalk are encouraged to express their own form of ‘street art’ as local organisations, charities, schools, clubs and businesses vye for the award for best choreography, costume design, Christmas spirit, community involvement, and float – $250 to the winners. And it’s not this time of year without …
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