Posted by The Events Editorial Team
19. Jun, 2012
|June 23, 2012|
June 21 might be the shortest day (and longest night) of the year, but it also means the days get longer from here on in, and that’s worth celebrating right?
Fed Square thinks so, and this Saturday they’re putting on the awesomely titled ‘Night of Thousand Lights’, a free event with music, entertainment, food and storytelling from different corners of Melbourne’s community.
Grab a hand-made lantern and start looking forward to spring.
WHEN: Sat 23 June, 5pm – 8pm
WHERE: Federation Square, Melbourne
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