Get into the spirit of the season with Woodland Gardens and Cantiamo

Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble and Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens host the 15th annual Woodland Carol Walks.

Take time to create a lasting Christmas memory by joining Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble as they, in partnership with Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens, host the 15th annual Woodland Carol Walks.

Conceptualized with the idea of families and the true spirit of Christmas in mind, the Carol Walks have become a Christmas tradition for many.

This year, take time to stroll through the beautifully lit gardens while enjoying traditional  a capella music from Cantiamo. This much-loved event has become a focal point for present and past Cantiamo singers to connect and make music.

The Carol Walks are scheduled for Dec. 17-18 and Dec. 21-22 from 7-9 p.m. each evening.

Audiences love the interactive nature of the walks, and the feel of an old-fashioned Christmas activity gets families out in the fresh winter air. Admission is $10 per person, $3 for children under 12, and $25 per family (two adults and three children).

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