Sheraton celebrates Christmas in November

Christmas might be a month away but Ugandans are already in the mood to make merry. Kampala Sheraton Hotel last Thursday hosted selected guests to a do dubbed Christmas in November at the hotel’s poolside deck.
To welcome guests was a smiley lady and gentleman, dressed in red with Santa Claus head hoods. The ambiance of the venue reflected Christmas, with multi-coloured lights running along the walls and waiters and waitress all dressed in white and red hoods too.

The guests, most of them regular customers of the hotel enjoyed drinks and bites as they mixed and mingled as they were made aware of what to expect this festive season.

As patrons enjoyed the night, Sauti Ya Africa, a group of five members- four vocalist and a pianist, performed songs that left the crowd smiling in admiration given their strong vocal abilities. And surely, that is what Christmas is about, making merry.

rbatte@ug.nationmedia.com

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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