Santa Run and Bazaar

Essential Information

Date:
Sunday 16th December 2018 10:30 AM
Venue:
28th October Square (Town Hall)
Price:
Free

Happy Santas are marching in pafos! Pafos Music School Band with dances by Ermolia Pelopida and her team. We will be giving out Santa hats for all!

28th of October Square is in front of Pafos Town Hall.

This is followed by a Charity Bazaar at Kennedy Square at 11:00AM

 

  • Participation of Volunteer Organisations
  • Stilt
  • Face Painting
  • Gladiators
  • Magic Shows
  • Christmas Crafts
  • Children's Games
  • Inflated Toys
  • Mulled Wine and Hot Dog

Dances by:

  • Danceroom - Jake Athanasiades
  • School of Dance Mocement
  • Klea Pitsilidou - Ballet School
  • Arabic Women Cultural Club

 

The Venue

28 October Square is located just off Kennedy Square in the centre of the upper town. It is between the town hall and the library.

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