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Be festive
  • Last updated:
  • 24 Nov 2020

You’re invited to celebrate with Council’s Festive Season in My Neighbourhood. Why not gather with your street to spread the good cheer. It is time to celebrate together, be kind, be playful and be inspired. 

In a year of firsts, perhaps the festive season of 2020 is your opportunity to start a new tradition with your neighbours. 

  • Organise a festive celebration with your neighbours.
  • Download your free #festivekindness invitation and share the details. 
  • Set up an outdoor mini cinema to watch Sunshine Coast Community Carols 
  • Share your festive season tips and ideas on social media #festivekindness
  • Bake some festive season treats and give them away to your neighbours and loved ones 
  • Visit one of the awesome markets on the coast 
  • Decorate your home – Christmas lights anyone?! 
  • Tour the Christmas lights using the 2020 Christmas Lights Location Map
  • Pump out some festive songs 
  • Shop local when buying gifts
  • Watch a classic Christmas movie 

“It’s no secret that I am not afraid to shine bright and be festive, and I like to encourage that in others.” Cam Newton

Sunshine Coast community carols Saturday 19 December

Watch online through council’s YouTube or Facebook
Featuring a stunning line-up of local performers including Hot Ginger Chorus, Eumundi School of Rock and the Sunshine Statesmen Men’s Barbershop Chorus.
Join in the fun and record your friends, family or neighbours singing your own Christmas carol and share on social media #festivekindness

Sunshine Coast libraries festive season

From festive crafts to finding out all the facts about Santa Claus, visit the Sunshine Coast Library website for fun ideas for Christmas. 

There are online programs for parents and toddlers, children and teenagers and events, programs and activities for the whole family, discover What's On!  

Sofa Poem time 24th December

Sunshine Coast community have been invited to film themselves reciting the Christmas classic “A visit from St. Nicholas” by Clement Clarke Moore. Tune into Sunshine Coast Libraries Facebook page at 7pm on December 24th to view the completed community poem.

If you aren’t already a member of Sunshine Coast Libraries join online to access a huge range of resources including books, magazines, movies, audiobooks and educational platforms all for free.  

Stay up to date with all the Sunshine Coast festive celebrations 

  • Visit Sunshine Coast
    Sunshine Coast event calendar featuring sporting events, music events, arts and culture events, food events, school holiday activities and more.
  • Eventfinda
    Upcoming events on the Sunshine Coast