Hundreds are expected to flock to Greenock Centenary Park on Friday, December 14 for the Greenock Xmas Feast-ival.
A tradition among both locals and visitors alike, the Xmas Feast-ival in the Park is the perfect way to finish off the year in our exceptional community.
A feast for all of the senses, the event will feature winemakers, brewers, distillers, chefs, artisans and plenty of entertainment for the whole family.
“It’s really exciting for Greenock that people are starting to embrace what our community is all about,” Greenock Village Community Association chairperson, Lydia Kalleske said.
“We make sure we have something for everyone.”
Explore the artisan stalls to find some last minute Christmas presents with Pressed Pantry, Murray Street Vineyard and Seppeltsfield Rd Distillers set to be a highlight.
There will be plenty of kid-friendly food, a bouncy castle and face-painting as well, plus Santa will stop by during his busy schedule to say hello.
The Greenock Village Community Association will be selling raffle tickets on the night so bring along some coins to be in with a chance of winning some great prizes.
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Music will also be aplenty at the event with Colonel Mustard and Greenock Primary School choir among the performers.
Award-winning comedian and the breakfast presenter Paul Culliver will be MC on the night.
There will be plenty of opportunities for the whole family to have fun and even sing along with some Christmas carols, so bring along a picnic rug or some chairs, kick back and enjoy a relaxing evening of local fare, Christmas spirit and music.
“We've already had a really good response this year so that's exciting,” Lydia said.
“If you haven't already, lock this one away in your diary - It’s going to be bigger and better than previous years.”
The Greenock Village Community Association would like to thank everyone who makes this event possible and encourage everyone to RSVP to the event on Facebook for catering purposes.
Drinks are available for everyone in the family so please don’t BYO.
Christmas in the Park will be held on December 14 with gates open from 5pm.
It’s really exciting for Greenock that people are starting to embrace what our community is all about.Greenock Village Community Association chairperson, LYDIA KALLESKE