The annual Community Living Chatham-Kent’s Annual Christmas Concert at St. Paul’s Congregational Church is slated for Friday at 7 p.m.
The Christmas Concert performers will entertain, and inspire, putting everyone in the Christmas spirit.
The Community Living Chatham-Kent Choir and Blacklight Group will take to the stage to delight and entertain. Be inspired by local performers such as Olivia Hunter, Bailey Baggio, Strings Are the Thing! (Chatham-Kent’s After School Orchestra Program), Alex and Norman Caron (duet), Canto in ARMONIA (Quartet), and Barryd Heil, and special guest performer Brooklyn Roebuck.
Admission is by donation. All proceeds will support this year’s Snowflake Campaign. A personalized snowflake decoration will be displayed on the Parkfield Christmas tree as Community Living’s way to thank people for their donation.
Donations can also be made in honour or in memory of someone.
Gifts to the Snowflake Campaign will help people who have an intellectual disability enjoy the benefits of the day program and provide additional resources required to support them in the community.