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Christmas in Docklands

05 Dec 2013

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Docklands is getting into the festive spirit on Friday nights in the lead up to Christmas.

The first “Christmas on the Green” event took place on November 29 but, don’t worry, there are still another two events from 4pm to 8pm on December 8 and 13.

The Victoria Green event features a market, food and drink vans, a pop-up garden bar and live music, with a different band performing each week.

Presented by Destination Docklands, with support from Lend Lease and the City of Melbourne, it’s hoped the event will give local residents and workers the chance to unwind during the silly season.

“Christmas is always such a crazy time, we really wanted to make it easy for people to enjoy the season, relax with their work colleagues and invite their friends and family down to Docklands for an after-work catch-up,” Destination Docklands CEO Anita Donnelly said.

And don't forget James Squires is holding a backyard cricket test on the promenade on Boxing Day.  The rules are yet to be determined, but slogging into the harbour will be deemed out!

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