Buderim Community Christmas CarolsEnjoy Seasonal Community Spirit with Buderim
Buderim Community Carols Sunday Dec 8 2019 from 6pm
It’s a Buderim Family Tradition ~ come along and have a great time!
Buderim Community Carols begins at 6pm with the Pre-show, followed by the main show from 6:30 till 8:30pm on Sunday 8th December, at the new stage in “Buderim Village Park” on King Street, Buderim.
Kids, parents, grand-parents! Everyone is invited to this much loved, heart warming, Buderim Christmas event. From Jingle Bells to Hark the Herald Angels, enjoy a good old fashioned singalong with the community.
The Buderim Community Carols always feature great local talent in an entertaining Christmas presentation that includes traditional carols. BUT of course there will be a visit from the Fat Bearded Man in a Red Suit for the kids!
Santa’s fun-filled appearance really adds to the spirit of the season.
The Carols are basically a great big community singalong, where you bring a picnic blanket, the family and join friends and neighbours in traditional Carolling. The traditional candles have given way to safer glow sticks and toys, on sale to entertain the young and young-at-heart.
In the event of rain, the Carols will move to the Buderim Community Hall across the road.
Carols Coord. Andrew Butterworth (Chair)
Check out the awesome timelapse of last year’s event as recorded by Ross Eason, it’s the whole Carols in just a few seconds. 🙂
Buderim Carols by Candlelight
A little Event History
Buderim has over the many, many decades seen a lot of people contribute to the amenity and community spirit, through their actions on committees and by organising events . . . and just being involved. There would be no room for anything else, if all of their names were placed on plaques around the Village. So they fade into the past. Fortunately, some of their contributions forge ahead, when other take the reins and this is the case with the Carols.
This event has been running for almost 20 years now. At first held by local businesses through Buderim Chamber of Commerce (now defunct), it was picked up by a handful of private Buderim residents with St. Marks Church for almost a decade, before being handled by the Buderim War Memorial Community Association (BWMCA).
Being an outside event in Summer, the weather has always been a concern for the Buderim Carols. There was a terrible period for 3 years, where the rain washed out the event, as the Buderim summers moved from dry to wet. These days, the new Buderim Village Park and sound shell give some protection to the staging and equipment. This is all a far cry from the original Carols by Candlelight held under the tree in Wirreanda Park so many years ago.
Buderim’s community has been built on volunteer participation, if you are a part of the community, be a part of what makes it great and get involved.