Take a break from the hurry of Christmas shopping to enjoy the beautiful light displays in the gardens and acapella music from Cantiamo. Photo submitted

Annual Cantiamo carol walks at Kitty Coleman

Join Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble for their 18th annual Kitty Coleman Woodland Garden Carol Walks Saturday, Dec. 22 and Sunday, Dec. 23 at 7 p.m.

Take a break from the bustle and hurry of Christmas shopping to enjoy the beautiful light displays in the gardens and acapella music from Cantiamo.

This much-loved event, now in its 18th year, has become a focal point for present and past Cantiamo singers to connect and make music.

Look for familiar faces as singers return home for the holidays and join old friends and new in singing traditional carols. Audiences love the interactive nature of the walks and the feel of an old-fashioned Christmas activity that gets families out in the fresh winter air.

Make sure to dress for the weather and bring cash for admission. Kids four and under are free, kids five to 12 are $5; ages 13 and up are $10.

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