Christmas Carols: Where to catch them this festive season

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Individuals engage in a Christmas carol. Photo: Africa GeographicThe Christmas mood has set in and Kenyan families are looking for fun activities to do together on the days leading to the D-day. Below are some of the festivities that will be taking place around the country.

The Five Days to Christmas Concert

Voices and vision of the season have organized a Christmas tree lighting event days before the much waited holiday.
It will feature a 50 person choir, poets, spoken words artiste and dancers among others, all of whom will be performing.
It will take place on 20th December, from 4pm to 8pm at the August 7th Memorial Park.
Tickets are going for Sh500 for adults, students with IDs Sh300 and children Sh200 at the gate.
For more information call them on: 0722 3233302, 0727 121004

Christmas Carols

The Cape Chestnut Laikipia Sip and Dine in Nanyuki will host a Christmas carol party for the whole family.
It will be an outdoor setting where families are allowed to bring their own food and drinks as they sing along to and enjoy listening to their favourite carols.
It will take place on December 19th.
For more information contact them on: 0705 250650

Carols by Candlelight

The Karen Blixen Museum will host a Christmas carol party at the garden of the venue.
The event will start at 5pm just as the sun begins to set at the Ngong Hills as people sing along to traditional carols. When it sets, they will light candles.

There will also be face painting, camel rides and bouncy castles for the children. People are advised to carry blankets and food but there is also the option of buying food from the catering services on site.
Entry is free

Santa Grotto

One of the country’s biggest malls, Thika Road Mall (TRM); will host a fun day with Santa at their convention centre on the third floor.
It will feature puppet shows, clowns, arts and crafts. They will also have their signature Giant Christmas tree like last year and they will be a Maasai Market, discounted shopping at selected stores .
It will take place on 20th December and entry is Free.

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