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Put on the lights, and sip the wine

Limassol will be in a festive mood on Sunday with wine tasting, live music and Christmas lights.

Starting off at the Lanitis Carob Mill Complex at 2pm, the annual Christmas bazaar and switching on of the Christmas lights will get us all in the spirit of the season.

The event includes dance performances, arts and crafts workshops, pastry workshops for children, choir groups, a performance by the percussion band Batukinio, a torchbearers’ procession by the Girl Guides Association of Cyprus and many beloved Christmas characters to take photos with the kids.

Complimentary hot drinks will be offered to everyone and also the Carob Mill Restaurant – that will be supporting the Cyprus Anti-Cancer Society by donating money collected from the sale of Christmas delights – will collect Christmas gifts to give to needy families.

When you have filled up on hot chocolate and the kids have had their fill of fun, the Evagoras Lanitis Centre will host a wine tasting event, as part of the wine month 2016 organised by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation.

The event, from 5pm until 9pm, will feature a number of wines. While sipping on your wine, you will also have the chance to listen to a live performance from the Flautissimo Limassol Flute Choir and Duette ArgentOro.

Christmas Lighting at Lanitis Carob Mill
Switching on of the Christmas lights. November 27. Lanitis Carob Mill Complex, Vasilissis Street, Limassol. 2pm-7.30pm. Tel: 25-820430

Wine Tasting
Wine tasting event, along with music from the Flautissimo Limassol Flute Choir and Duetto ArgentOro. November 27. Evagoras Lanitis Centre, Limassol. 5pm-9pm. Free. Tel: 25-342123

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