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A fiesta of a time

By Maria Gregoriou

There is lots going on for grown-ups (who still feel like kids around this time of year), and children for whom Santa will always show up on Christmas Eve. One very special event organised by the Cyprus Anticancer Association on Saturday will be an all day event with lots and lots of things to see and do.

The Christmas Fiesta which carries the slogan “Give Light to Life” will be held at the Central Headquarters of the Electricity Authority in Nicosia from 10.30am until 6.30pm. And as already mentioned, there will be lots to do, a whole day of dancing to see, choirs to listen to, fun activities for us all, including arts and crafts with recyclable materials, decoration of cookies, face painting, ornament creations to hang on your Christmas tree (if there is any room left), bouncy castles…take a breath…fishing, drawing, musical activities, and, finally, rides with MICRO Scooters.

But hold on, what about drinking and eating you say? Yes, of course there will be plenty of that going on, it is Christmas after all. There will also be a Christmas fair where you can get some Christmas goodies. Take home some homemade sweets, cookies, cakes, jams, jewellery… take another breath…arts and crafts items, Christmas cards and decorations, and lots more, but you would need another breath to get you through the rest.

And it is not just a whole day of fun, all the proceeds from the fiesta will go to the Cyprus Anticancer Association.

Christmas Fiesta
Lots of activities and a Christmas fair to raise funds for the Cyprus Anticancer Association. December 6. Central Headquarters of the Electricity Authority, 11 Amfipoleos, Strovolos, Nicosia. 10.30am-6.30pm. Tel: 99-621820

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