July Christmas Little Creatures way
Celebrate the winter holidays with Christmas in July at Little Creatures.
Winter is well and truly here, and what better than a cozy Christmas in July to celebrate it?
Pull out your ugliest woolen sweaters and brave the fresh air because this winter holiday, Little Creatures Geelong is hosting the Mid-Year Celebration.
The event will fill the brewery with winter treats, spiced hot apple cider, children’s entertainment and workshops, and all things Christmas.
According to Dave Wilson, operations manager at Little Creatures Brewery Geelong, everyone is welcome to come to the evening, with family fun for all – a core value at the brewery.
“Community involvement is always top of mind in everything we do,” he said.
Christmas in July is the perfect way to get together during the colder months.
“It’s a great excuse to get out of the house this winter and enjoy some Little Creatures hospitality,” Wilson said.
“A warm, fun and joyful night of delicious food and beer pairings, featuring Little Creatures latest single, Ancient Traveler – Ethiopian Black Barley Stout.”
Family fun will take place throughout the school holidays, with arts and crafts activities for children on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and children’s entertainment on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
What’s new this week?
Globetrotting Folk Songs
This Sunday, July 10 at 2:30 p.m., the Geelong Chorale presents Around the world in 80 minutes, featuring a delightful collection of folk songs from around the world. The night is sure to take you on an epic journey, filling Newtown’s All Saints Church with a treasure trove of folk songs from land and sea.
It’s time to introduce yourself
The To arrive! The exhibition is open at the Anglesea Art Space from Wednesday to Sunday until July 17. The exhibit features works by four talented First Nations artists – Gerard Black, Jenna Oldaker, BJ O’Toole and Nathan Patterson – and will fill the art space with color and history in honor of NAIDOC week. .
Long live abstract art
Brush & Bubbles in Geelong is hosting a contemporary abstract art lesson tomorrow (Friday 8th July) for a creative evening. Beginners or confirmed artists, come and sip wines, beers, cocktails or bubbles while learning step by step how to create a masterpiece worthy of the name. The night will end with colorful canvases and new Picassos that might need to be taken home.