Evergreen Club Choristers host Christmas concert

Ho, Ho, Ho, here comes choristers!

The Evergreen Club Choristers are busy practicing for their seventh annual show and it promises to be the most festive yet.

Rather than their variety show they feature earlier in the year, they have switched gears to a crowd favorite – Christmas.

This show will be featuring all the familiar songs you love. The crowd will be encouraged to sing along and be a participant in the show if they wish. There will be a few silly songs thrown in too such as I’m Getting Nothin’ for Christmas.

All of the singers in the show are members of the Evergreen Club, and the youngest performer is 65 years young. This fun event will be held on Dec. 16 in the Conference Hall at the Florence Filberg Centre.

The doors will open at 12:30 p.m. and the show will start at 1:30 p.m. Past shows have sold out, so get your tickets early. Tickets are only $5.00 each (under 12 years are free) and may be purchased at Courtenay Recreation’s Filberg Office or at door.

For more information call the Florence Filberg Centre 250-338-1000.

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