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Whangarei Christmas Festival

When:

Sat 12 Dec 2015, 4:30pm

Where: Northland Events Centre, Okara Park, Okara Dr, Whangarei

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: Toll Stadium

The annual Christmas Festival is being held on Saturday 12 December at Toll Stadium from 5.30pm. Gates open at 4.30pm so you can come earlier and bring your picnic blanket to reserve a good spot.

Bring a Gift along to put under the Christmas tree for The Salvation Army Christmas Hamper collection.

Our entertainment line up will include some awesome home grown talent. As the evening draws to an end Santa and Mrs Claus will make their special appearance and the night will finish with the Fireworks finale.

Plus there will be bouncy castles and face painting, street theatre, airbrush tattoos and animal balloons. Glow sticks and Santa hats will be for sale. Santa's Elves will be there to greet you on your arrival and give you a candy cane if you've been good.

A great selection of food and beverage will be available for sale.

What to bring and what not to bring:
To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all of our patrons, entry into Toll Stadium is subject to a number of terms and conditions.

You may bring into the Stadium:

- Any beverage such as water, soft drinks and juice with the exception on alcohol
- Thermos flasks
- Sandwiches, fruit, chippies, cakes etc
- Chill bins and picnic baskets - These items should only be taken on the field. Please do not take them into the grand stand or terrace seating
- Chairs
- Prams, strollers or pushchairs - These items should only be taken on the field. Please do not take them into the grand stand, terrace seating or embankment

You may not bring into Toll Stadium:

- Alcohol
- Glass bottles or cans
- Takeaways such as McDonald's, Subway & Pizza
- illicit Drugs
- Flares, fireworks, laser pointers
- No high visibility type vest or jackets as these may be confused with security or emergency services staff
- No Gang Patches
For more information, read our Conditions of Entry.

Parking & Traffic Management
Places to park include Cobham Oval, Old Boys Rugby Club, the surrounding streets of Toll Stadium including Porowini Avenue, Okara Drive and Port Road.

A drop off zone is situated on Okara Drive outside the Stadium. Vehicles cannot park here.

Disabled Parking & Access
Disabled parking is available inside the Toll Stadium car park (entry by permit).

Access into the Stadium is via Gate A or Gate B. Wheelchairs can be taken on to the field and there is specific seating on the ground level at each end of the main grandstand.

St John
On site for the duration of the event, located at the town end of the stadium near the South West floodlight pole.

Salvation Army Community Christmas Tree
This year we are delighted to be working with the Salvation Army again to help them work towards their Christmas Hamper day by encouraging people to bring a gift along to place under the tree.

The Salvation Army, Whangarei, every year give out approximately 250 Christmas hampers to families who are struggling for a number of reasons. This is over and above a normal food parcel. The hamper contains a Chicken and vege's for Christmas dinner, chips and dips, dessert, non-alcoholic drinks, and treats such as chocolate biscuits and nuts.

Along with the hampers The Salvation Army also give out Christmas presents to each of the children of the families concerned. This they are able to do each year through the generosity of our community.

The Salvation Army say their greatest needs are Christmas puddings, jellies, fancy biscuits, lollies/chocolates, potato chips/ nuts, onion soup, reduced cream and tinned fruit.

Presents for teens are also an area they are sadly lacking in. Especially for 13-15 boys and girls.

Please feel free to bring a gift along to the Christmas Festival to place under the tree if you are able to.

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