happenings this month Celebrate The Festive Season At Waterfront Market
Celebrate The Festive Season At Waterfront Market
Updated on 22 December 2021

The Waterfront Market, the premier destination for fresh food is celebrating the festive season this year in a big way.

Till 2 January 2022 from 2pm to 10pm, visitors can delight in a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities as well as festive parades.

A special grotto has been set up for kids to meet and have a chat with Santa Claus.

Kids can also enjoy dedicated workshops including decorating candy canes, making snow globes, making festive cards, creating Christmas tree decorations and more.

Enjoy the amazing weather with a snow park activation, carnival and golf games for kids and delight in roaming entertainment including snowballs, reindeer, elves, toy soldiers and more.

Social distancing must be followed and face masks are compulsory.

For more information, visit the Waterfront Market website.

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