The City of Locminé has launched Christmas entertainment

Ho, ho, ho! Everyone can’t wait to hear Santa’s laughter of happiness and joy. But while waiting for this plump character, the city of Locmine (Morbihan) has concocted many activities for young and old. Starting with the installation, for the third year in a row, of Santa Claus’ mailbox, rue du Fil.

“The children’s letters are expected until December 19, say the members of the Culture and Youth Committee. Above all, do not forget to clearly specify the names and addresses, so that the elves can respond. Last year, they got down to answering 150 letters. »

Make-up workshop, wooden games, archery…

One of the highlights of this festive period is scheduled for Saturday, December 17, in the village hall, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. We offer a family recreational moment in which everyone can participate, underline the organizers. Manual activities, by age group (3-5 years, 6-8 years and 9-12 years) will be offered by animators of the leisure reception, the librarians of the media library, elected officials, children of the council Youth Council (CMJ). Among these activities, a make-up workshop, wooden games, archery. Other surprises await families, announce the members of the culture and youth commission. This activity will be followed by a Christmas snack offered by the municipality. We will surely have the visit of important peoplesay the organizers, without revealing everything.

Sound and light show

Magical moments are offered the day before, with a new sound and light show, which takes place on the forecourt of the church, Friday, December 16, at 7:15 p.m. A mixture of Christmas tales, music and light shows will immerse spectators in the magic of the end of year celebrations., underline the organizers. Which do not fail to specify that, for the sake of economy, the Christmas lights last from December 9 to January 3 and that the garlands are all led. Finally, they also salute the investment of the participants in the Mardis seniors workshops for the tree installed near the arch and that of Jeannine and Jean-Pierre Audo for the decoration created in the window lent by Katell Le Cléach.


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