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Car giveaway drives festive fun

Posted: 5pm 15 Dec 2021

Burpengary Community Club is giving one member a Christmas present they will never forget.

On December 23, a lucky member of the Station Rd club, will drive away with a new MG3 Core, 1.5L, hatchback.

Members of Burpengary Community Club will automatically receive entries into the car draw with every $10 they spend at the venue in December.

Draw date

The draw will be held from 5pm on December 23. Entrants must be present to win the car. Only members are eligible to take part.

“Burpengary Community Club is excited to bring cheer this Christmas – with a car giveaway on ‘Christmas Eve Eve’ … December 23,” general manager Nick Brabham said.

The giveaway is the highlight of Burpengary Community Club’s Christmas and New Year promotions.

Christmas hams

A Christmas toy raffle and animal petting zoo will be at the club on December 19 with prizes including a Bluetooth speaker, trampoline, TV, tablet and more.

Fifty Christmas hams will be given away in raffles on five Fridays from November 19 to December 17.

There will also be a Christmas Eve buffet on December 24 and a seafood buffet on New Year’s Eve.

Holiday program

Each week, Burpengary Community Club has free Trivia nights on Tuesdays with general categories and Poker nights every Wednesday hosted by the National Poker League.

In January, there will be a Kids School Holiday Program, with bookings now being taken.

Activities will include Spy Kid Detective Party, a magician show, a live caricature artist, dinosaur fossil hunting and Rapunzel princess show.

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