The sounds of Christmas will resound at Memorial Park on December 8, when Griffith's churches and community groups come together for the Multicultural Council of Griffith's inaugural carol night.
The night will pull together the musical talents of the One in Christ Fellowship band, the Fijian Methodist Church, the Tongan Community Choir, Christmas City Band, Sign Australia, the Sacred Heart Choir, Murrumbidgee Regional High School and more.
Tongan Community Choir singer Siulia Lokeni said she always looks forward to choir practice, which she sees as a chance for Tongans from all religious backgrounds to unite in song.
"We want to bring the people in our community together," Mrs Lokeni said.
"We want to gather together, get close to each other, just like a home."
The event is free and open to all members of the community, and those interested in coming along are encouraged to bring a chair or picnic rug.
The proceedings will be kicking off from 6.30pm at the Memorial Park stage and will continue until 10pm.
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