St Nicholas Comes to Hahndorf
Next Occurrence : 06 Dec 2019
The annual ‘St Nicholas comes to Hahndorf’ event commences at the historic St Paul’s Lutheran Church, where children gather and participate in a craft activity that’s sure to be fun for them all.
A FREE sausage sizzle will be available for all the family to enjoy.
The tradition of St Nicholas reminds children about the spirit of giving, and the ‘St Nicholas Boot’ will be rolled down the street to collect any donation to “Hunger No More” program.
Come and join the fun on Friday 2nd December, 6.00pm at St Paul’s Church, and the procession leave St Paul’s car-park at 7.00pm.
In conjunction with SAPOL, the Parade is led by Hahndorf Town Band and of course feature ‘St Nicholas’, and conclude at Alec Johnston Park, where children will again learn of the legend of St. Nicholas’s gift giving and his help to the needy!
After traditional Christmas Carol singing, the children will receive a FREE gingerbread gift from St Nicholas, and the adults can enjoy tea, coffee and cake, with entertainment from the Hahndorf Town Band.
This unique European ‘St Nicholas’ tradition, which has been a part of Hahndorf for over 40 years provides the opportunity to think of others.
Access With Assistance for the Disabled
Suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position at all times.