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You've grown up if you can't wait for Christmas To finish
The Stirling Nativity Re-enactment was announced too late for our list of Christmas events, but is a popular annual event for residents of Stirling.
It is the traditional Christmas story acted by local community members under lights after sunset. The location is in a natural amphitheatre formed by the slope down to a creek, with the flat area by the creek as the stage.
Narrators tell the story and carols are sung during the re-enactment. There are sheep and a donkey of course to delight younger children and add to the realism of the event.
Musicians will be playing from 7.30pm as the audience gathers on the hillside. Bring a rug to sit on and a jumper as the valleys in the hills can be cold, and mosquito repellent (a standard accessory for Hills dwellers). The re-enactment will start at 8.45om