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Brisbane is a beautiful city, and Christmas is a beautiful time, so what better way to spend Christmas than in the Queensland capital? If you’re looking to get into the festive spirit this year, there are better ways, and no doubt healthier options than the office Christmas party! Why not get along to one of these attractions and discover why they are ever popular with people of all ages during the festive season.

Your first stop will no doubt be the Christmas shopping. And to get in the shopping mood in Brisbane, Christmas decorations are in order. For great displays of colour at Christmas, head to the Queen Street Mall. This mall is made for shopping with over 500 stores. The mall is bookended by the Wintergarden Shopping Complex and the Myer Centre, so you’ll not only have the gifts sorted, you’ll be inundated with Christmas displays and carols.

If you’re looking for unusual or one-off gifts, there’s no better spot in Brisbane than the South Bank Art and Craft Markets. Held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the markets are brim full of eclectic gifts, artworks, jewellery, clothing and homewares.

Myer is renowned for its Christmas windows, which are transformed each year into a wonderland of colour, light and sound. They’re a hit not only with the children, but with adults as well, who can appreciate the time, effort and craftsmanship that goes into creating each incredible display.  Each year the windows have an official unveiling at the Myer Christmas Parade. The parade begins in Queen Street Mall at 10am and features a procession of Christmas themed floats, children’s characters and live performers. In 2010 Australian country music star Troy Cassar-Daley was the star of the show (not forgetting Santa Clause in his sleigh of course – always the main drawcard for the little ones!)

And be sure to take the children into Myer’s Santaland, a wonderful world of Christmas decorations, lights and Christmas characters. Children can meet Santa, have a photo, and also post a letter to the North Pole. They’ll have all bases covered when it comes to letting Santa know what they’d like for Christmas.

One of the most iconic of family Christmas activities is Carols by Candlelight, which in Brisbane is called the IGA Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols (they’re also known as Carols in the City). The carols are normally held on the first Saturday in December at the Brisbane River Stage of the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens. It’s a gorgeous setting and the perfect way to spend an afternoon and evening. Bring a picnic and picnic blanket and you’ll be set for a leisurely family get-together.

The great thing about Carols by Candlelight all over Australia is that they not only provide great entertainment, but they also raise funds for worthwhile charities all over the country. The IGA Lord Mayor’s Christmas Carols raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service, the incredible outback medical service. If you’re looking to make a donation, this is one of several excellent charities that can always use your help.

One other great way to get in the mood for Christmas is to pack the family into the car and go in search of Christmas lights. Every year suburban homes put on great displays. In Brisbane, Christmas decorations, lights, tinsel and Santa’s can be found all over town. The addresses may change from one year to the next, but in 2010 some fantastic displays were to be found in Westlake, Wynnum West, Loganholme and Dennis Road in Cedar Vale (better known as Elf World).

There’s a lot to love about Christmas, and however you choose to spend it, it’s always great to share the festive spirit with people around you. Family and friends are what Christmas is all about after all. And while Brisbane Christmas decorations and carols aren’t the only important element of Christmas, they can certainly do a brilliant job of getting everyone into a Christmas frame of mind.

Brisbane’s Best Christmas Lights In 2020

It’s that time of year again. Bust out the Mariah Carey playlist, slap on a (seasonally inappropriate) Christmas sweater, load up on eggnog and mince pies and pause your cheesy Christmas movie binge-fest courtesy of Netflix, because it’s time to head out to find Brisbane’s best Christmas lights for 2020.

Whatever suburb you’re in, however far you’re keen to travel (or not), there’s a street packed with blinking LED goodness ready for your gawking, and we’ve driven the streets to find some of the best. Start planning your route, because these are the streets to see. 

Best Christmas Lights Brisbane Central 

Gold Lotto City Hall Lights

This year’s Gold Lotto Christmas Lights Spectacular will be lighting up City Hall every night until Christmas Eve, merging a dazzling lights display with a touch of fantasy and magic. From glistening ice castles to Santa’s bustling workshop, the building’s facade will be adorned in a decorative spectacle. With animation synced to a custom soundtrack, this projection show is a mesmerising way to celebrate the festive season. It’s open to everyone and free to attend, so gear up and get out the door. Find out more here. 

The Enchanted Garden

A Brissie favorite, if you haven’t yet been to The Enchanted Garden before, get yourself there quick smart before 17 January. Get lost beyond the city streets and wander down the magically lit garden path through the Roma Street Parklands where we promise you’ll find multiple epic ‘gram locations. Don’t bypass the drool-worthy food offerings available during the event with food trucks galore descending on the park—think juicy burgers, wood-fired pizza and hand-crafted gelato. With the gardens ticketed this year, the first few weeks are already booked out, but tickets to the January sessions will be released soon.

Government House Christmas Lights 

Want to see what 10,000 lights measuring a grand total of 1,800 metres looks like? Then you need to head for Government House in Paddington, where their magical Christmas light display is on from 11 to 15 December. This year, you will need to register in advance, so jump online and get your free tickets here. 

Best Christmas Lights Brisbane North

Albany Creek, Bridgeman Downs And Aspley

Expect seriously bedazzled windows and driveways worthy of sunglasses in Albany Creek and Bridgeman Downs where plenty of houses have lighting displays worth writing to Santa about. In Albany Creek, drive by Longreef Court, 9 Costa Place and 81 The Boulevard, while Myrtle Crescent and Myall Place in Bridgeman Downs are one great big flashing light party. And over in Aspley, Stoneycroft Street is where you’ll find one house that has synced their lights to a Christmas music playlist—tune in via your radio and stay for hours.

Warner And Bray Park 

George Michael educated us on the perils of giving away our hearts at Christmas but the worthy displays in this part of town would never break your heart. Head for 10 Mondial Drive in Warner, 73 Carlingford Court in Warner Lakes and 122 Sparkes Road in Bray Park, where the name of the street is fitting for the sparks of joy flying from the well-lit house.  

Bracken Ridge And Carseldine 

Over in Carseldine, 634 Beams Road is an annual favourite, and they’re back on the top Brisbane Christmas lights route for 2020. If you’re heading that way, we also hear that you’ll find brilliant displays at Wintergreen Close, 122A Barbour Road and 30 Greenore Street, though we’ve yet to lay eyes on these for ourselves. 

Everton Park, Stafford And Grange 

Unwilling to drive more than 20 minutes? We feel you—although heading way out to the ‘burbs definitely holds the highest reward. But there are a few displays closer to the centre of town that are just as illuminating, especially those at 27 Minimine Street in Stafford, 202 Flockton Street Everton Park and 48 Daisy Street in Grange. 

Others 

Not grouped together neatly but no less worthy of inclusion are the displays you’ll find at 36 Sugarloaf Street in Wavell Heights (it’s a doozy) and 123 Dorrington Drive Ashgrove.  

Best Christmas Lights Brisbane South

Eight Mile Plains And Runcorn 

The south side has definitely stepped it up this year, and is worth a drive down the M1. If you head for 1 Catalpa Street in Eight Mile Plains and 26 Calliope Street in Runcorn, you’ll find the lights worth the trip. 

Logan

The Logan ‘burbs are probably going to see a spike in electricity usage this month, with multiple houses across the area putting on epic displays. They need to be seen to be believed, so just plan a route that hits 23 Homestead Street in Marsden, 9 Ernestine Circuit in Eagleby and Lenore Crescent in Springwood. 

Best Christmas Lights Brisbane East

Alexandra Hills And Capalaba

People come from near and far to see the lights displays in this neck of the woods. Spend a festive eve in Alexandra Hills’ Ashbury Court, Palana Drive and Classic Court, where you’ll find entire cul de sacs lit up bright enough to be seen from space. Make sure you also stop by 3 and 4 Soiandra Street and 51 Bluebell Street for their blinding displays. Meanwhile in Capalaba, Tipperary Court is the place to be, and you’ll probably find half the neighbourhood there mesmerised by the multiple light displays any given night before Christmas. Oh and if you head just a little further east, you’ll find 6 Bainbridge Street East in Ormiston worth the detour.

Thornlands 

Tee up the Michael Buble for drive around Gretchen Circuit, Starfish Court and 45A Thornlands Road in Thornlands, where the residents have put some serious effort in spreading joy, cheer and electricity surges this year. 

Redland Bay 

Well ho ho ho, Redland Bay residents go all out for Christmas and we are here for it. Make the rounds of 13 Foote Street, 17 Fairway Drive and also Woodcrest Close. If you’re short on time though, Huntly Place is the place to be, with over half a dozen houses competing with each other to be the best of the best.   

Morningside, Hawthorne And Bulimba 

The inner east side has well and truly joined the Brisbane Christmas lights party in 2020, and you’ll find festive displays at 60 Harris Street in Hawthorne, 7 Merry Street in Bulimba and 81 Stephens Street in Morningside. 

Wynnum And Tingalpa

Baysiders, you are one truly lucky bunch when Christmas rolls round—the east side really goes to town with their decorations. You’ll find blinding displays at 81 Hutton Avenue in Wynnum, 19 Nemarra Street in Wynnum West and 62 Annette Street in Tingalpa—but if that’s not enough for you, just keep heading south.  

Best Christmas Lights Brisbane West

Mt Ommaney 

Nothing can prepare you for the kaleidoscopic light overload at 1 Moncrieff Court in Mount Ommaney, a local favourite (and soon to be yours). Charge those phone batteries because we guarantee you’ll be on the ‘Gram religiously. On your way out, stop at 28 Raeside Street and 2 Gillen Close for more.  

Brisbane’s best Christmas lights are fun, but cooking Christmas lunch isn’t. Here’s 15 restaurants that are open on the day and will do the cooking for you. 

Image credit: Ranyhyn Laine 

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How to decorate your home to create Christmas cheer this year

Yes it is that time of year again. December 1 is just two weeks away and then it’s time to break out the tinsel.

But where to start?

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The Courier-Mail reached out to interior designer Fleur Hartigan for some advice on how to create Christmas cheer, instead of Christmas chaos this year.

Fleur Hartigan shares her top Christmas decorating tips.

Ms Hartigan said she started her Christmas decorating with a major mid-November clean and declutter.

“Put away everything you don’t absolutely need and make sure the areas of the house you’ll use to entertain family and friends, including the outside areas, are sparkling clean and inviting,” she said.

“Vacuum the sofas, clean the windows and power wash the outside areas.

“It’s a fool proof way to make sure your Christmas decorations are a welcoming standout in your interior scheme and avoid running the risk of them looking like festive clutter.”

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Once that is done, Ms Hartigan said it was time to bring the decorations out of storage and make sure the lights are still working.

“Work out what you will focus on or add to in your Christmas scheme this year in time for the December 1 install,” she said.

“A few major groupings of Christmas objects will always have greater decorating impact than a sea of tinsel.”

“I decorate the entry, have the tree in the living room, decorate a sideboard in the family room, the mantle in the kitchen, the dining table and a tree on the deck so there are groupings of decorations as you move through the house.

“I use clusters of objects rather than a sea of single ones: a group of pillared candles of different heights on a festive tray, a bowl of oversized Christmas baubles, a family of reindeer on the sideboard.

“I tend to use fewer oversize decorations rather than lots of little ones.”

Ms Hartigan said to “apply the decorator’s golden rule” and make sure you decorate in groups of odd numbers.

Fleur Hartigan uses fewer oversize decorations rather than lots of little ones. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP)

“Repeating your colour scheme and style of Christmas decoration throughout your home will ensure a cohesive scheme,” she said.

A festive entry is a must.

She said tulle bows on the front fence or entry gate are a fun and inexpensive do-it-yourself way to celebrate the season — and they withstand the occasional December thunderstorm.

“Repeat the bows in smaller scale on a wreath on the door,” she said.

“I’ve been using the same evergreen wreath for years, just changing the bows and baubles as I change my Christmas colour scheme.”

The options are almost limitless for Christmas colour schemes and Ms Hartigan said there really were no rules except it should make you happy.

Repeat the same bows used at the front gate on a wreath on a door.

“Red, green and gold are traditional favourites for good reason, blue and silver works beautifully, and whites and jewel tones have been very popular recently,” she said.

“I love mixing blues, whites, reds and greens with natural timber and textures and a hint of gold for a relaxed summer scheme.

“Repeating your chosen colours throughout the house in all your Christmas displays is the main trick to ensuring your chosen colour scheme works.

“This of course includes the tree. It doesn’t matter if you are a real tree or faux tree fan the pro tips are the same.

“Get a tree as big as your space and budget allows.”

When it comes to decorating the tree, Ms Hartigan said first “festoon with lights” and then decorate with love.

“My favourite trees are those that tell the story of the people who decorate them — the ones covered in made-at-kindy decorations and great grandma’s heirloom angels.

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“So, don’t be too precious with your tree, put all the decorations that mean something to you up there and augment with a few that tie in your colour scheme and you will be sure to have a standout tree.”

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The Best Suburbs to See Christmas Lights in Brisbane 2020

With Christmas just around the corner, houses across Brisbane are decking out their roofs and yards with festive displays. 

Many suburbs are going all out with light, tinsel and props to gear up for the silly season and see out 2020 on a much brighter note!

If you are on the hunt to see the best Christmas light displays in Brisbane, be sure to check out these suburbs…

Aspley

Brisbane’s North lights up the night with their extraordinary light displays and in Aspley, one house has gone the extra mile! Head on over to Stoneycroft Street and tune in your radio to listen to the Christmas playlist that has been synced up with the light display.

While you’re in the area, be sure to head over to nearby Longreef Court, Kosta Place and The Boulevard in Albany Creek, as well as Myrtle Crescent and Myall Place in Bridgeman Downs, where Christmas is truly in the air!

Around the CBD

 

If you’re in the city, Gold Lotto Christmas Lights Spectacular at City Hall is a must see. The front of the hall will be adorned with a Christmas themed spectacle, complete with Santa’s workshop and ice castles, every night until Christmas Eve.

While you’re in the area, be sure to nip over to see the Government House Christmas Lights in Paddington to see what 10,000 Christmas lights spanning 1,800 metres look like. Running from the 11th to 15th of December, you’ll need to nab a free ticket this year so get in quick!

Redland Bay

Over on the East side of town, there are some spectacular Christmas displays to see. Be sure to add 13 Foote Street, 17 Fairway Drive and also Woodcrest Close to your route… or cruise down Huntly Place to see more than half a dozen houses having a Christmas-off!

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Logan

Down in the south, the night will be ablaze with Christmas lights with the suburbs of Logan gearing up for Santa’s arrival. Stop in to see the displays of 23 Homestead Street in Marsden, 9 Ernestine Circuit in Eagleby and Lenore Crescent in Springwood to get your Christmas fix.  

Mt Ommaney

A local favourite for the Westsiders, 1 Moncrieff Court in Mount Ommaney is worth the trip with a particular colourful and decorative display… and be sure to stop by 28 Raeside Street and 2 Gillen Close on your way home.

If you’re thinking about jumping on the bandwagon and getting into the Christmas spirit, check out our guide on How to Make Amazing Christmas Rooftop Displays.

 

Where will you be visiting to see Christmas lights displays this year?

You can also stay up to date with new and exciting displays all over Brisbane by following this Facebook page.

 

 

90,000 Urgent! Kmart Australia is recalling this item! These things will damage your home! “Please stop using it immediately!”

Source: MicroSydney

Looking at this, there is more than a crescent left before Christmas. How do you prepare Christmas decorations for the big guy?

Christmas trees, Christmas stockings and Christmas hats, I think everyone has already started to cook!

There is also a decoration on the door with a strong Christmas atmosphere: a Christmas wreath.

However, it is worth paying attention to the selection of wreaths lately.Kmart When you buy this Christmas wreath, stop using it immediately!

Source: 7 News

According to the Australian media 7 News, Kmart is urgently recalling the Christmas wreath across Australia, the product is called “Half Wreath with Berries”, it looks like everyone is quickly focusing on it!

Source: 7 News

This wreath is currently discontinued.

The recall wreaths are believed to have been primarily sold on Kmart between September 9th and December 26th this year.

If there are old irons purchasing this garland during this period, the seller warns that everyone should “immediately” stop using it!

Reason for damage to goods, Australia Native plant risks.

Kmart wrote in a statement of recall: “Kmart has revoked the wreath because the product may contain harmful organisms that could affect plants in the country.”

“This product may pose a potential threat to local flora.

“Consumers must immediately stop using this product and return it to any Kmart store for a full refund.”

Source: Network

Dear friends, if you would like more information, you can call Kmart Customer Service Center on 1800 124 125 or visit its official website, which is listed here: https://www.kmart.com.au/product-recall.

However, while this recall is not a product safety issue, it has a significant impact and is related to maintenance.Australia Flora safety.

Source: Network

Everyone probably knows something about this more or less. Australia has always been very careful about preventing the invasion of exotic animals and plants.

Australia’s biota is also very different due to its geographic environment and weather.

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No, there was an example of a species invasion a few days ago: Melbourne The residents of this area are concerned about the tumbleweed invasion and flooding.

Not only are the doorway and the backyard covered with a blanket, but huge tumbleweed balls are densely stacked there …

Many residents do not even dare to open the door, fearing that they will break into their homes.

Source: Network

Even on such a hot day, some people hesitate to even turn on the air conditioner: “This is an invasive biological hazard. I can’t even turn on the air conditioner now. Various pipes in the house are filled with these gases. grass. “

Source: Network

So, to lower your potential biohazard, if you’ve purchased this Kmart Christmas wreath, it’s best to apply for a refund.It’s also good to swap it for a safe wreath ~

90,000 As an Australian who celebrates Christmas, what does your holiday look like? How do you decorate for Christmas, and how much do you decorate for Christmas?

Aaa, christmas. Most of my extended family lives in New Zealand, and while we sometimes had relatives when I was younger, it has been several decades since we had one for Christmas.

I have had as many different types of Christmas celebrations as there have been Christmas ones.Here are a few highlights.

1990s: playing trumpet or cornet in Christmas carols for brass band and orchestra. The brass band I was in would often do several Christmas themed concerts a week during December, possibly late November. Street corners, parks, shopping malls, Kronulla beach, street parades, you name it. Nothing is as fun as dressing up in a full marching band outfit, complete with a blue lapel jacket, strap, polished silver buttons and a cap, and walking down the road in full sunshine with temperatures above 30 ° C.

2000s: trumpet playing on stage and television for Carols in the Domain with the Sydney Youth Orchestra (and paid individually!). in 2003, 2004 and 2005. And he played the trumpet in several church services throughout the city for a month, from playing Bach with a full orchestra and chorus, to playing Handel with an organ and soprano (opera) vocalist, to performing cool funky / scary riffs with a huge mega a church with all lights and electric guitars and multi-seat auditoriums.

2006: I moved to Melbourne and graduated. In the summer I stayed at the university and worked odd jobs while still living on campus. I had a day off on Christmas day and I woke up and saw that Mount Dandenong, seen from my window, looked strange. Turning on the TV, I found that it was snowing there. Melbourne shivers for Christmas – it was on fire a week earlier (wildfires).

2007: I bought the house at the end of November after having worked for a whole year.Before that, I lived at a university college on campus, getting my degree. (Yes. Full time and working at the same time. It was intense). I literally moved into my house on Christmas Eve, with a lot of help from my mom who helped me move my things. My dad arrived in January and my mom offered to help me install my air conditioner. When Dad arrived, it was 19 degrees, and Dad said that, in his opinion, I did not need an air conditioner, because the Global Warning is a satanic deception.2 days later it was 41 ° C and the temperature remained through the 30s through the night until the next day it was 42 ° C. Then he called some clever local company to come and install “something cheap. ”

A week later, “something cheap” broke, but Dad was back in Sydney. I haven’t slept for several days (try sleeping when your house is 37 ° C at 3am), so I had to arrange a purchase. I asked my mom to call several places and we ended up buying a Panasonic air conditioner from Harvey Norman and we had to pay a few hundred to have them remove and dispose of the old … two week old.

2008 and 2009: worked for Christmas. Dad flew to Melbourne to visit me, and then I invited Mom to come visit me in February to help me find or replace all the things that disappeared from my house while he was there.

2010: We were informed that we were being fired at work.

2011: worked. Dad is visiting. I had to hide things. Literally took a huge work drawer to store a bunch of things. Once my dad said he would pick me up from work, but when I called him, he did not answer.After waiting 40 minutes, I took the train home (45 minutes journey), calling him every few minutes and leaving voice and text messages saying I was coming home on the train. When I got to the stop, he was not there, so I went home (about 20 minutes). When I got home, the door to my house was open, the kitchen faucet was missing, and water was pouring out of the hole where it should have been. After about 2 hours, he came home, turned off the water supply and called the plumber.

2012: I limited my father’s trip to 1 week.He polished the hood (hood / engine hood) of my car … with something abrasive, which removed the shiny layer and made it look dull. This is still the case in 2018.

2013: I insisted that Mom accompany Dad to the annual Christmas visit, otherwise I would have come to them. I cooked pistachio crunchy lamb and peach caramel, black pepper basil, parmesan for Christmas dinner, went to Hillsong Church in Melbourne for Christmas, and made a serving of Prosciutto in Turkish breast for Christmas lunch with leftovers and a second peach cobbler for dinner.The rest of the week consisted of going to the Cinema to watch The Hobbit, Random Shopping, and then I was going to work for 3 days. They left on New Years Eve, leaving me alone to spend New Years before returning to work on January 2nd.

2014: I was recently appointed as a subject matter expert at work. At Christmas, I was the boss. Our usual rude guy, who never showed up for work, showed up for work. I was not entirely happy with this. Dad refused to “Do anything around the house.”Some things are still missing, he loves to throw things away. One of the items was a homemade jam that someone gave me at work in early December. When asked about it, he said it didn’t have an expiration date on it, so he threw it away. It was homemade jam in a fancy wooden jar.

2015: After the change of government we were fired. I worked through Christmas. I became unemployed at 5pm on December 31st. Mom came in mid-December to clean up my house because, apparently, the last time Dad was so scared of all the mess in my house that he complained about it for several months and said that I did not deserve to have a house.

2016: Dad said he hated Melbourne and never wanted to visit it again. So he arrived for Christmas. Mostly they exposed me to preaching. He demanded that he be taken to a church, but not to Melbourne, but to some other church that he had heard about in Melbourne. It was about 45 minutes from the Calder Freeway, off the beaten track. We arrived half an hour later and he decided he didn’t want to leave. After he left, I bought 4 new water bottles for my fridge because all the water bottles I use to cool the water in my fridge are gone.

2017: I visited my parents’ house. Mainly to keep them away from me. I drove 10 hours on the road in 2 steps. My boss refused to approve my one day leave on Friday the 22nd, so I applied for a half day so I could do my usual shift starting at 9am and ending at noon. He responded by rejecting it, and instead of leaving the sleeping dogs like me and coming to me at 9 am and finishing at 5 pm, he rescheduled my shift, so I started at noon and finished at 8 pm.The people I worked with at the time were 4 lovely ladies and 2 guys. at 2pm two women left with their allowed leave, and everyone else left the office by 6pm when the boss came to check that I was still there and reminded me to log out at 8pm. I spent the last 2 hours watching the clock tick after 2 hours and for 45 minutes I lay on the floor with my eyes closed (I was going to lie down for an hour and a half, but the cleaning ladies were arranged to arrive at 7pm.I didn’t explain to them why I was lying on the floor of our office in the dark with the lights off.

After I finally got off at 8pm, I had to walk a sufficient distance to another train station due to a car attack that happened at our nearest moment I jumped up and went to Wagga Wagga, arriving there at 2 am. The next morning at 6:30 am I got out of bed in the motel and drove to Sydney around noon.

Dad twisted his arms and pleaded and pleaded that someone at his church in Sydney would let me play the trumpet in their Christmas production at one rehearsal hastily organized the day before Christmas Eve. I emailed their music team and wrote my own charts for Noteflight, a music recording software for the Internet. I had fun. The other musicians seemed to like that I was there, the audience members complimented and the soundtrack guys seemed quite competent and, to be honest, it was a lot of fun.

This boss resigned on my 2018 birthday.

This year? Who knows. I have 11 days in a row. The lady I am dating will be on a big trip to Europe with her best friend. My aviation friend will be in India. I will see my parents in early November. Dad did not mention coming to Melbourne and he currently has serious problems with his church, so I am not tempted to come close to this situation.

I could accidentally go out and amuse myself for a few days.Having New Year’s Eve in a small provincial town was pretty cool last year.

90,000 Best Markets to Visit in Southampton, England – Travel

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Rich in culture and world renowned for its connection to the sea, Spitfire, magnificent art galleries and a promising music scene, we decided to immerse ourselves in the bustle of Southampton’s marketplace. From barter to bulk shopping, arts and crafts to Bratwurst, antiques to unwanted gifts – read on as we discuss the best of Southampton’s markets and uncover what they have to offer.

Southampton General Market

Market, British. Open every Friday from early April to early November. The Southampton Common Market offers a wide variety of kiosks and a warm welcome to new traders. The Southampton Saturday Market, in addition to the Friday General Market, offers you a different theme each week. The first Saturday of the month is always the antiques and collectibles market; it is followed by the arts and crafts market; The delightful Artisan Food Market takes place in the third week and the Vintage and Retro market on the last Saturday.Full of fabulous stalls showcasing the finest local produce, handicrafts and knickknacks – Hampshire’s busiest mall comes alive on market day! If you have an interesting venture to start, you can hire your own kiosk.

Southampton Christmas Festival

Bar, Market, British ‘It’s season! The Southampton Christmas Festival opens from 11 November to 24 December and features a traditional German market. Fairground rides and beautiful Alpine chalets, each with its own individual style, fill the Above Bar Precinct.More than 40 independent kiosk holders will sell a range of authentic gifts, including toys, baskets, soap, lamps, decorations, and Christmas decorations. Enjoy sausage and waffles, gingerbread hearts and candied fruit as you watch the daily entertainment and music performances. The Flying Santa takes to the skies above the city center twice a day, book your little ones to see him later and, if they’re not on the naughty list, get a Christmas present and chat with Mr. Claus.myself.

Car Trunk Sales / Fairs / Table Sales

Apart from the larger markets, Southampton is also home to various car roof rack sales, fairs and table sales specializing in different areas and open on different days of the calendar year. Expect more of these activities during summer and Christmas breaks, including Family Fun Days, Totton & Eling Table Sales, Hampshire Crafts and Gifts Fair and the award-winning Baby and Children’s Nearly New Market.

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In Moscow on December 31, 2018, 13:00 The Pacific Ocean, as well as the island state of Samoa, located in the South Pacific Ocean and occupying the western part of the archipelago of the same name. In Moscow, December 31, 13 hours 15 minutes New 2019 comes to the Chatham Islands (or Rekohu), which are part of New Zealand.In Moscow, December 31, 2 p.m. New Year begins in New Zealand, Fiji, on the island of Rawaki (located in the Phoenix archipelago and belongs to Kiribati), the islands of Tonga. In Moscow on December 31, 3 p.m. New Year comes to the Marshall Islands, Nauru, Tuvalu, in the city of Bairiki, located on the Tarawa Atoll in the central part of the Pacific Ocean (Kiribati). In Moscow, December 31, 4 p.m. The New Year begins in the Australian cities of Sydney (New South Wales), Melbourne (Victoria), Canberra (Australian Capital Territory), Hobart (Tasmania), Jervis Bay (Australia), Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands (Australia), Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Vanuatu.In Moscow, December 31, 4:30 p.m. New Year comes to the Australian city of Adelaide (South Australia). In Moscow, December 31, 5 p.m. 2019 comes on the island of Guam (located in the western part of the Pacific Ocean and is part of the United States), in the Commonwealth of the North Mariana Islands, in the state of Papua New Guinea and the Australian city of Brisbane (Queensland). In Moscow, December 31, 5:30 pm New Year comes in the Australian cities of Darwin (Northern Territory). In Moscow, December 31, 6:00 pm 2019 begins in East Timor , DPRK, Republic of Korea, Japan, on the islands of Palau, in the Indonesian cities of Ambon, Jayapura, Ternate.In Moscow, December 31, 7 p.m. New Year comes to Brunei, China, Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China), Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, the islands of Bali (Indonesia) and Taiwan (province of China), the Indonesian cities of Balikpapan, Kupang, Manado, Mataram, to the Mongolian cities of Ulan Bator and Choibalsan, to the Australian city of Perth (Western Australia). In Moscow on December 31, 20:00 2019, they are celebrated in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, on the islands of Java and Sumatra (Indonesia), as well as on the Australian Christmas Island, located in the Indian Ocean, to the Mongolian cities of Kobdo, Altai and Ulangom.In Moscow, December 31, 20 hours 30 minutes New Year comes to Myanmar (former Burma), to the Cocos Islands (Australia). In Moscow, December 31, 9 p.m. 2019 begins in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Kyrgyzstan, in the Kazakh cities of Astana and Alma-Ata. In Moscow, December 31, 9 p.m. The New Year comes to Nepal. In Moscow, December 31, 9:30 p.m. The New Year is coming in India and Sri Lanka. In Moscow on December 31, 22:00, 2019 comes to the Maldives, the French Southern and Antarctic territories, to Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, to the Kazakh cities of Aktobe and Aktau.In Moscow, December 31, 22:30, New Year is celebrated in Afghanistan. In Moscow, December 31, 23:00 New Year comes to Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, the Seychelles, the island of Mauritius, the volcanic island of Reunion (owned by France In Moscow, December 31, 23 hours 30 minutes New Year begins in Iran. In Moscow, January 1, 2019, 00 hours New Year comes to Bahrain, Belarus, Djibouti, Iraq, Yemen, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Madagascar, Mayotte (possession of France ), Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, Eritrea, Ethiopia, the Comoros. In Moscow, January 1, 1 a.m. New Year is celebrated in Bulgaria, Botswana, Burundi, Greece, Egypt, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Israel, Jordan, Cyprus, Latvia, Lesotho, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Malawi, Mozambique, Moldova, Namibia, Palestine , Rwanda, Romania, Swaziland, Syria, Sudan, Ukraine, Finland, Estonia, South Africa, in the cities of Lubumbashi, Likasi and Goma (Democratic Republic of the Congo). In Moscow, January 1, 2:00 New Year comes to Austria, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Andorra, Belgium, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vatican, Hungary, Gabon, Germany, Gibraltar, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Cameroon, Congo (Brazzaville), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia (FYROM), Malta, Monaco, Niger, Nigeria, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Sao Tome and Principe, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tunisia, France, Croatia, Central African Republic, Chad, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Equatorial Guinea, in the city of Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo).In Moscow, January 1, 3:00 2019, they meet in Burkina Faso, Great Britain, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Western Sahara, Ireland, Iceland, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Mauritania, Mali, Portugal, Senegal, Sierra -Leone, Togo, on the Canary Islands (belong to Spain) and the Faroe Islands (autonomous region of Denmark). In Moscow, January 1, 4 o’clock New Year comes to Cape Verde and the Azores (Portugal). In Moscow, January 1, 5 o’clock. in the Brazilian cities of Porto Alegre (State of Rio Grande do Sul), Brasilia (Federal District), São Paulo (State of São Paulo), Vitoria (State of Espirito Santo), Goiânia (State of Goias), Belo Horizonte (State of Minas Gerais), Curitiba (State of Parana), Florianopolis (State of Santa Catarina) and Rio de Janeiro.In Moscow, January 1, 6 a.m. New Year comes to Argentina, Paraguay, Suriname, Uruguay, French Guiana, Chile, the Falkland Islands, the capital of Greenland – Nuuk (Denmark), the Brazilian cities of Salvador (state of Bahia), Recife (state of Pernambuco), Cuiaba (state of Mato Grosso), Maceio (state of Alagoas), Macapa (state of Amapa), Fortaleza (state of Ceara), São Luis (state of Maranhao), Campo Grande (state of Mato Grosso do Sul), Belém (state Para), Juan Pesoa (State of Paraiba), Teresina (State of Piauí), Natal (State of Rio Grande do Norte), Aracaju (State of Sergipe) and Palmas (State of Tocantins). In Moscow, January 1, 6:30 a.m. New Year’s Eve meets the Canadian city of St. John’s (provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador). In Moscow, January 1, 7:00 a.m. New Year comes to Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bolivia, Venezuela, Guyana, Guadeloupe, Grenada , Dominica, Dominican Republic, Martinique (French overseas department in the Caribbean), Montserrat (UK), Puerto Rico, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, to the island of Aruba (Netherlands), to the Brazilian cities of Boa Vista (Roraima state), Manaus (Amazonas state), Porto Velho (Rondonia state), to the Canadian cities of Halifax (Nova Scotia province), Charlottetown (Prince’s Island province) Edward) and Saint John (New Brunswick).In Moscow, January 1, 8:00 New Year is celebrated in Haiti, Colombia, Cuba, Panama, Peru, Ecuador, Jamaica, in the eastern part of the United States (in the cities of New York, Washington (New York State), Indianapolis (Indiana), Frankfort (Kentucky), Atlanta (Georgia), Columbus (Ohio), Charleston (West Virginia), Richmond (Virginia), Concord (New Hampshire), Trenton (New Jersey), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) ), Raleigh (North Carolina), Columbia (South Carolina), Providence (Rhode Island), Montpelier (Vermont), Tallahassee, Miami (Florida), Detroit (Michigan), Boston (Massachusetts), Augusta (Maine), Annapolis, Baltimore (Maryland), Hartford (Connecticut), Dover (Delaware) and others), in eastern Canada (in the cities of Quebec, Montreal (Quebec), Ottawa, Toronto (Ontario) ).Iqaluit (Nunavut province) and others), in the Mexican cities of Cancun, Chetumal (Quintana Roo state), in the Brazilian city of Rio Branco (Acre state), on Easter Island (Chile), Bahamas, Cayman Islands (overseas territory of Great Britain in Caribbean Sea) .In Moscow, January 1, 9:00 New Year begins in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, the central part of the United States (in the cities of Pierre (South Dakota), Bismarck (North Dakota), Topeka, Wichita, Kansas, Lincoln (Nebraska), Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Austin, Houston (Texas), Saint Paul (Minnesota), Des Moines (Iowa), Jefferson City (Missouri) ), Little Rock (Arkansas), Baton Rouge, New Orleans (Louisiana), Madison (Wisconsin), Chicago (Illinois), Jackson (Mississippi), Montgomery (Alabama), Nashville, Memphis ( Tennessee) and others), in the eastern part of Mexico (in the cities of Mexico City (Federal District), Acapulco (State of Guerrero), Merida (State of Yucatan), as well as tatah Aguascalientes, Veracruz, Guanajuato, Durango, Hidalgo, Campeche, Queretaro, Coahuila, Colima, Mexico City, Michoacan, Morelos, Nuevo León, Oaxaca, Puebla, Zacatecas, San Luis Potosiamalipasco, Tavala, Tchalapasco ), in the Canadian cities of Regina (Saskatchewan) and Winnipeg (Manitoba), in the Galapagos Islands belonging to Ecuador.In Moscow, January 1, 10 o’clock New Year comes to the Canadian cities of Calgary, Edmonton (Alberta), Aklavik (Northwest Territories), the American cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe (New Mexico), Salt Lake City ( Utah), Denver (Colorado), Boise (Idaho), Phoenix (Arizona), Helena (Montana) and others), in the Mexican states of Nayarit, Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, Sonora and Chihuahua. In Moscow on January 1 11 o’clock New Year is celebrated in the American cities of Anaheim, San Jose, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Stockton, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco (California), Seattle (Washington), Las Vegas, Carson City (Nevada), Portland (Oregon), in the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Surrey (British Columbia), Whitehorse (Yukon), in the Mexican cities of Tijuana and Mexicali (Baja California), on the Pitcairn Islands (overseas territory Great Britain in the Pacific).In Moscow, January 1, 12 o’clock, New Year comes to Alaska (USA). In Moscow, January 1, 12:30, New Year is celebrated on the island of Nuku Hiva (Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia). Hawaiian Islands (USA), Adak Island (Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA), Cook Islands and Tahiti Island (French Polynesia), Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia). In Moscow, January 1, 2 p.m. New 2019 is celebrated in the island state of Niue and also in American Samoa.The material was prepared on the basis of information from open sources

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in the South Pacific Ocean and occupying the western part of the archipelago of the same name.

In Moscow on December 31, 13 hours 15 minutes

New Year 2019 comes to the Chatham (or Rekohu) Islands, which are part of New Zealand.

In Moscow on December 31, 14:00

New Year begins in New Zealand, Fiji, on the island of Rawaki (located in the Phoenix archipelago and belongs to Kiribati), the islands of Tonga.

In Moscow, December 31, 15:00

New Year comes to the Marshall Islands, Nauru, Tuvalu, in the city of Bairiki, located on the Tarawa atoll in the central part of the Pacific Ocean (Kiribati).

In Moscow, December 31, 16:00

New Year begins in the Australian cities of Sydney (New South Wales), Melbourne (Victoria), Canberra (Australian Capital Territory), Hobart (Tasmania), in Jervis- Bay (Australia), Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands (Australia), Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Vanuatu.

In Moscow on December 31, 16 hours 30 minutes

New Year comes to the Australian city of Adelaide (South Australia).

In Moscow on December 31, 17:00

2019 comes on the island of Guam (located in the western part of the Pacific Ocean and is part of the United States), in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, in the state of Papua New Guinea and the Australian city of Brisbane ( state of Queensland).

In Moscow on December 31, 17 hours 30 minutes

New Year comes in the Australian cities of Darwin (Northern Territory).

In Moscow on December 31, 6 p.m.

2019 begins in East Timor, North Korea, the Republic of Korea, Japan, on the Palau Islands, in the Indonesian cities of Ambon, Jayapura, Ternate.

In Moscow on December 31, 19:00

New Year comes to Brunei, China, Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of China), Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Bali (Indonesia) and Taiwan (province of China), Indonesian the cities of Balikpapan, Kupang, Manado, Mataram, to the Mongolian cities of Ulan Bator and Choibalsan, to the Australian city of Perth (Western Australia).

In Moscow on December 31, 8 p.m.

2019 is celebrated in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, on the islands of Java and Sumatra (Indonesia), as well as on the Australian Christmas Island, located in the Indian Ocean, in the Mongolian cities of Kobdo , Altai and Ulang.

In Moscow on December 31, 20 hours 30 minutes

New Year comes to Myanmar (former Burma), to the Cocos Islands (Australia).

In Moscow on December 31, 21:00

2019 begins in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Kyrgyzstan, in the Kazakh cities of Astana and Alma-Ata.

In Moscow on December 31, 21 hours 15 minutes

New Year comes to Nepal.

In Moscow on December 31, 21 hours 30 minutes

New Year begins in India and Sri Lanka.

In Moscow on December 31, 22 hours

2019 comes to the Maldives, the French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, the Kazakh cities of Aktobe and Aktau.

In Moscow on December 31, 22 hours 30 minutes

New Year is celebrated in Afghanistan.

In Moscow on December 31, 23:00

New Year comes to Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Oman, United Arab Emirates, to the Seychelles, the island of Mauritius, to the volcanic island of Reunion (owned by France).

In Moscow on December 31, 23 hours 30 minutes

New Year begins in Iran.

In Moscow, January 1, 2019, 00 hours

New Year comes to Bahrain, Belarus, Djibouti, Iraq, Yemen, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Madagascar, Mayotte (possession of France), Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, Eritrea, Ethiopia, the Comoros.

In Moscow, January 1, 1 a.m.

New Year is celebrated in Bulgaria, Botswana, Burundi, Greece, Egypt, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Israel, Jordan, Cyprus, Latvia, Lesotho, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Malawi, Mozambique, Moldova, Namibia, Palestine, Rwanda, Romania, Swaziland, Syria, Sudan, Ukraine, Finland, Estonia, South Africa, in the cities of Lubumbashi, Likasi and Goma (Democratic Republic of the Congo).

In Moscow, January 1, 2 hours

New Year comes to Austria, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Andorra, Belgium, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vatican, Hungary, Gabon, Germany, Gibraltar, Denmark, Spain, Italy , Cameroon, Congo (Brazzaville), Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia (FYROM), Malta, Monaco, Niger, Nigeria, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Sao Tome and Principe, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tunisia, France , Croatia, Central African Republic, Chad, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Equatorial Guinea, in the city of Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo).

In Moscow, January 1, 3 hours

2019 is celebrated in Burkina Faso, Great Britain, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Western Sahara, Ireland, Iceland, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Mauritania, Mali, Portugal, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo, the Canary Islands (owned by Spain) and the Faroe Islands (autonomous region of Denmark).

In Moscow, January 1, 4 hours

New Year comes to Cape Verde and the Azores (Portugal).

In Moscow, January 1, 5 o’clock

New Year is celebrated in the Brazilian cities of Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul state), Brasilia (Federal District), Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo state), Vitoria (Espiritu Santo State), Goiânia (Goias State), Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais State), Curitiba (Paraná State), Florianopolis (Santa Catarina State) and Rio de Janeiro.

In Moscow, January 1, 6 o’clock

New Year comes to Argentina, Paraguay, Suriname, Uruguay, French Guiana, Chile, the Falkland Islands, the capital of Greenland – Nuuk (Denmark), the Brazilian cities of El Salvador (state of Bahia) , Recife (Pernambuco State), Cuiaba (Mato Grosso State), Maceio (Alagoas State), Macapa (Amapa State), Fortaleza (Ceara State), San Luis (Maranhao State), Campo Grande (Mato Grosso Doo State) Sul), Belém (State of Para), João Pesoa (State of Paraiba), Teresina (State of Piauí), Natal (State of Rio Grande do Norte), Aracaju (State of Sergipe) and Palmas (State of Tocantins).

In Moscow, January 1, 6 hours 30 minutes

The Canadian city of St. John’s (provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador) celebrates the New Year.

In Moscow, January 1, 7 o’clock

New Year comes to Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bolivia, Venezuela, Guyana, Guadeloupe, Grenada, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Martinique (overseas department, France in the Caribbean Sea) Montserrat (UK), Puerto Rico, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Aruba Island (Netherlands), Brazilian cities Boa Vista (Roraima State), Manaus (Amazonas State), Porto Velho (Rondonia State), to the Canadian cities of Halifax (Nova Scotia), Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) and Saint John (New Brunswick).

In Moscow, January 1, 8:00

New Year is celebrated in Haiti, Colombia, Cuba, Panama, Peru, Ecuador, Jamaica, in the eastern part of the USA (in the cities of New York, Washington (New York State), Indianapolis, Indiana, Frankfort, Kentucky, Atlanta, Georgia, Columbus, Ohio, Charleston, West Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, Concord, New Hampshire, Trenton, New Jersey), Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Raleigh (North Carolina), Columbia (South Carolina), Providence (Rhode Island), Montpelier (Vermont), Tallahassee, Miami (Florida), Detroit (Michigan) , Boston (Massachusetts), Augusta (Maine), Annapolis, Baltimore (Maryland), Hartford (Connecticut), Dover (Delaware) and others), in eastern Canada (in the cities of Quebec, Montreal (Quebec) , Ottawa, Toronto (Ontario).Iqaluit (Nunavut province) and others), in the Mexican cities of Cancun, Chetumal (Quintana Roo state), in the Brazilian city of Rio Branco (Acre state), on Easter Island (Chile), Bahamas, Cayman Islands (overseas territory of Great Britain in Caribbean Sea).

In Moscow, January 1, 9 o’clock

New Year begins in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, central USA (in the cities of Pierre (South Dakota), Bismarck (North Dakota) , Topeka, Wichita, Kansas, Lincoln (Nebraska), Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Austin, Houston (Texas), Saint Paul (Minnesota), Des Moines (Iowa), Jefferson City (Missouri), Little Rock (Arkansas), Baton Rouge, New Orleans (Louisiana), Madison (Wisconsin), Chicago (Illinois), Jackson (Mississippi), Montgomery (Alabama), Nashville, Memphis (Tennessee) and others), in the eastern part of Mexico (in the cities of Mexico City (Federal District), Acapulco (Guerrero State), Merida (Yucatan State), as well as the states of Aguascalientes, Veracruz, Guanajuato, Durango, Hidalgo, Campeche, Queretaro , Coahuila, Colima, Mexico City, Michoacan, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Zacatecas, San Luis Potosi, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Jalisco, Che yapas), in the Canadian cities of Regina (Saskatchewan) and Winnipeg (Manitoba), on the Galapagos Islands belonging to Ecuador.

In Moscow, January 1, 10 o’clock

New Year comes to the Canadian cities of Calgary, Edmonton (Alberta), Aklavik (Northwest Territories), to the American cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe (New Mexico) , Salt Lake City (Utah), Denver (Colorado), Boise (Idaho), Phoenix (Arizona), Helena (Montana) and others), in the Mexican states of Nayarit, Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, Sonora and Chihuahua.

In Moscow, January 1, 11:00

New Year is celebrated in the American cities of Anaheim, San Jose, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Stockton, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco (California) , Seattle (Washington), Las Vegas, Carson City (Nevada), Portland (Oregon), in the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Surrey (British Columbia), Whitehorse (Yukon), in the Mexican cities of Tijuana and Mexicali ( Baja California State), on the Pitcairn Islands (British overseas territory in the Pacific Ocean).

In Moscow, January 1, 12:00

New Year comes to the state of Alaska (USA).

In Moscow, January 1, 12 hours 30 minutes

New Year is celebrated on the island of Nuku Hiva (Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia).

In Moscow, January 1, 13:00

New Year begins on the Hawaiian Islands (USA), Adak Island (Aleutian Islands group, Alaska, USA), Cook Islands and Tahiti Island (French Polynesia), on the Tuamotu archipelago (French Polynesia).

In Moscow, January 1, 14:00

New Year 2019 is celebrated in the island state of Niue, as well as in American Samoa.

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Christmas tree in Brisbane

So we celebrated Christmas and entered the New Year. Joyful Christmastide days began, when Orthodox Christians visit each other with gifts and carols. In Queensland, many organizations host Christmas trees for children.

On Sunday, January 9, two parish schools in Brisbane – St. Nicholas Cathedral and St. Seraphim Church – held a Christmas tree at the Russian Community Center. The children were happy to meet with Santa Claus and Snegurochka.

Everyone was very happy with the fairytale heroes, and the fairy tale “Uncle Fedor, Dog and Cat” inspired everyone for further joint creativity. The fairy tale was staged by the forces of children and parents. Children rejoiced, had fun. The parents had no less fun.Santa Claus gave gifts and congratulated children. The holiday turned out to be bright and memorable.

I spoke with Irina Veselkova, who played the role of Postman Pechkin.

– Irina, I know that you and your family have been living in Australia for a little over a year. You so inspired and talented, professionally played the role of Postman Pechkin. Are you an actress? Is this your debut on the Russian stage in Australia?

– I have a director’s education and have already performed on stage in Brisbane.I read a poem by Sergei Yesenin “I do not regret, I do not call, I do not cry.” Rather, I did not read the poem, but played it, very much got used to the role and tried to convey Yesenin’s feelings. I played in Russian folk costume. So my debut took place during a creative meeting organized by Australian Lamp Magazine.

The holiday was dedicated to the 120th anniversary of Sergei Yesenin. Then my whole family and I were very inspired to take part in Russian events. As well as at the Yesenin holiday, so today, I was on stage with my children.Today my daughters Maria and Sofia participated with me. The last time we were on the stage with us was also our son, Sasha.

– For children, the Christmas tree is the brightest experience, memories for a lifetime. What does today’s holiday mean to you personally?

– For me, the Christmas tree in Australia is a real, great joy. I miss Russia so much, my beloved native St. Petersburg, and today I plunged headlong into our Russian life.I miss theaters, art exhibitions in Australia, and such holidays as the Christmas tree, concerts in Russian, creative meetings in the Lampada salon are my spiritual and spiritual salvation. It is both parenting and joy. My husband and I have four children, and we really appreciate that there is a Russian community in Brisbane, and most importantly, there are activists who do not let us forget our homeland, literature, poetry, our songs, traditions.

The holiday turned out to be very beautiful and joyful.The tables with refreshments and drinks were also remarkably organized, which is important.

Thanks to the teaching staff of Russian parish schools in Brisbane, members of the Small Russian Club committee, parents for organizing a wonderful Christmas tree. Thanks to the Russian Community Center for the space provided.

All creative successes in the coming new 2016.

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