BORDER restrictions between Frankston and the North Pole are expected to be temporarily lifted to allow Santa to come to town.
Christmas celebrations will take place all month long around Frankston. The festivities started with a Christmas concert at the Frankston Arts Centre last weekend. As part of the show the 100-year-old Norfolk Pine on Davey Street was lit.
A decorations trail, 12 days of Christmas carols, Christmas health and wellbeing activities, crafts, workshops and competitions, and library story time sessions will take place throughout December.
“Things are getting better and the future is bright so why not enjoy a month of Christmas magic as we wave 2020 goodbye,” Frankston Council CEO Phil Cantillon said.
“Our Christmas elves are also working on a special walk-through experience for the Frankston Arts Centre. I hear it is going to be quite the magical wonderland.
“Remember to shop local this Christmas and support our businesses to get back on their feet.”
Find the full schedule of events at www.discoverfrankston.com/events/frankstons-magical-christmas-2020