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Creste is hosting a 'Christmas Carnival' in Lucknow & here's how you can make it merrier!

The Creste Carnival is going live on Christmas Day, December 25, 2021 at Red Hill School in Lucknow.

Dashing in those merry festivities in a one-horse open sleigh, Creste has announced its Christmas Carnival open in Lucknow! A kids' special bonanza, set in the themes of jingles and glee, this affair has been designed especially for kids and you're on the guestlist too if you can double up the joy of the Yuletide season for the tiny tots!

Washed in jolly vibes and the spirit of love, lights and laughter, Creste's Christmas Carnival is where miracles come alive! And if you want to be a part of its magical loop as well, we've got the deets covered for you!


Jingle bells, all the way!

The Creste Christmas Carnival is going live on December 25 at Red Hill School in Lucknow and its festive shenanigans are set to warm up your winter day with an enthralling programme. Caught in the whirl of fun and excitement, young visitors at the Carnival enjoy the unlimited sprawl of exciting games, competitions, lip-smacking food stalls and here's what it's in store for you -

A funfair of happiness, love, giving and celebrating, Creste is offering you to pitch in its festive vibe and if you deal in any product or services that run exclusively for kids, this is just the place for you! Be it stationery, garments, books, toys and accessories, you can set up your kiosk at one of the 30 stalls up for grabs here. Each unit holds a space of 5 by 7 feet within an L-shape design and you can grab it at ₹8,000 only to ring the bells of all things Christmas and fun!

Starting as early as 11 AM, a powerpack lineup of events will set up a starry show here with Smartivity Junior Scientist, Camlin Art Competition, along with Christmas dress up and dance competitions to make sure there's not a single dull moment here. To add to the fun, Decathlon and Creste are also organising fun activities and cycle stunts to notch up the carnival vibes. The fair will stretch until 7 PM on December 25 and if you've got any plans to make your Christmas day all about fun and frolic, reach out to Creste and chalk out the details!

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Arriving on a Santa reindeer sledge to make the holidays even more magical, the Christmas Carnival is all you need to amp up the festive fever this year.

The fair is open to all who wish who can raise festive happiness for the town's little munchkins. So if you think you fit the bill (or the proverbial chimney), pull on the Cluas caps and reach out to Creste to book your stall right away:

Contact +91 95656 44555 for further enquiries.

Location: Red Hill School, 23 Gokhale Marg Lucknow

Date: December 25, 2021

Timings: 11 AM to 7 PM

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