CHILL AND GIVE BACK

Written on the 12 December 2014

CHILL AND GIVE BACK

WHAT do you think of when you hear sitting with your family and friends on lush green lawns overlooking Lake Lugano, sipping on cocktails, listening to the most fabulous bands whilst your kids play in a carefree, fun environment? Bliss you say? Close, this is Links Hope Islands signature event, Chill at Links.

Links Hope Island is excited to announce that their upcoming Chill at Links will have a very festive feel. Offering the garden party atmosphere it is now known for, the team at Links are adding a Christmas flair and partnering with the Salvation Army, making this Chill all about giving back to the community.

Christmas Chill will be all things festive with Christmas Carols on the lawns featuring local band Gas Grooves, the talented students of St Stephens College and vocal supremo, Harrison Prouse from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Throw in festive cocktails, a tea cup ride and raffles raising money for the Salvation Army this Chill has something for everyone.

Take the hassle out of your pre Christmas event and bring your friends and family and just chill. Everything is done for you. With the fabulous array of food and beverage pop up bars, free kids entertainment and much more there is no better place to chill the Sunday before Christmas.

Join the team at Links Hope Island at this free event on Sunday December 21 from 5-8pm. Parking is free.

Event details: Sunday, 21st December 2014. Free entry. Event times 5-8pm. Links Hope Island, Springfield Drive, Hope Island. Visit www.linkshopeisland.com.au , email golfmail@linkshopeisland.com.au or call 07 5530 9000.

SPONSORED EVENT


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