It’s dark by 3 pm, the shops are choc-a-bloc seven days a week, and German food stalls have popped up on Dundee street corners – Christmas has well and truly arrived in our wee city.
And with the countdown to the big day continuing, here’s a few more things you can do this weekend (December 14-16) to keep up with the festive cheer.
Remember, last week’s content on Christmas activities is still valid until the end of December, so feel free to check it out.
Boomerang Christmas Fayre
This Saturday (December 15) from 10am-2pm, the Boomerang Community Centre are hosting a Christmas Fayre – because Dundee simply cannot have too many.
The fayre will feature plenty of arts and crafts stalls, raffles, a tombola, face painting for the kiddies, ceramic arts, candles, baking, local designers, and so much more.
Don’t miss out. For more info, click here.
Dick Whittington Panto
Dundee has plenty of terrific pantomimes to see you through the holiday season.
Why not check out ‘Dick Whittington’ at the Whitehall Theatre this Friday or Saturday/ December 14-15? (both days have afternoon and evening showings).
The production is written and directed by Graeme Neil Smith, and promises all of the eccentric costumes, makeup, songs, special effects, and lovable characters a successful pantomime could offer.
Click here for more info on times, prices, and ticket purchasing.
Christmas Craft Fair and Cafe
So. many. Christmas. fairs.
The Christmas Craft Fair and Cafe is happening this Saturday (December 15) at 11 am at Gate Church International.
It will include a variety of high-quality stalls and vendors – from homemade fudge, to candles, to baking, to cards, to knitwear. There will also be a cosy cafe in the centre of the fair, where you can warm up and enjoy a mince pie/coffee.
For more info, click here.
Christmas Urban Market
The Christmas Urban Market is back this Saturday (September 15-16).
For more info on the market, which includes an array of stalls, workshops, food and drink stations, and so much more, check out our previous content via this link.
Have a fantastically festive weekend, and stay tuned on SeeDundee for more content like this.