WITH Christmas just around the corner, there's no better way to get into the spirit then hearing and singing along to a festive tune or two.
Carols in the Park will be held on Saturday evening with Mountford Park to provide the back drop.
The event is co-ordinated each year by the Leeton Ministers Fraternal and is an ecumenical affair.
This year it is the Leeton Salvation Army's turn to organise Carols in the Park for all to enjoy.
Leeton Salvation Army Captain Wendy-Sue Swann was looking forward to many great performances on the night from school students, community groups, choirs and more.
"There's going to plenty happening on the night ... it's a bit of a party atmosphere with fun for everyone," she said.
"With Light Up Leeton a couple of weeks ago now, this is a good way to keep the festive spirit coming."
Everyone's favourite carols will feature on the night, with those planning to attend encouraged to pack a picnic blanket and chairs and get comfy to view all of the planned entertainment.
As Carols in the Park is held on a Saturday night, there will be plenty of time once it's finished to check out the town's festive lights adorning homes and not have to worry about getting up early for school or work the next day.
"It's just going to be a fun, relaxed night where everyone can really get into the Christmas spirit," Captain Swann said.
The event will get underway in the park from 6pm on Saturday with drinks, glow sticks, the evening's program and a sausage sizzle available to purchase.
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