Quadra Singers to fill the community with Songs of Joy

The Quadra Community Centre – and those within it – are sure to be filled with joy as Quadra Singers perform their December concert

The Quadra Community Centre – and those within it – are sure to be filled with joy this Saturday (Dec. 10)  as Quadra Singers perform their December concert, Songs of Joy.

“This season we will share with our community both music or playful merriment and quiet celebration,” says Choir Director Linda Cannon.

“Our December concert will feature the choir and many other talented performers, and we look forward to welcoming our family, friends and neighbours to an evening of music that celebrates and inspires joy in our hearts and in our community.”

The concert will showcase both contemporary and classic songs, so mark your calendar for 7 p.m. Dec. 10 at the Quadra Community Centre.

Tickets are available at the door and are $12 for adults and $5 for youth (up to 12).

The event is free for children under five.

Doors open at 6:30 and treats are available at the intermission.

For more on Quadra Singers, check out their Facebook page or contact the group at quadrasingers@gmail.com or phone 250-285-2393.

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