Queen Margaret’s School holiday show charms

This year Queen Margaret’s School was excited to host a Christmas Concert dedicated to celebrating music of the holiday season.

Featuring students in Kindergarten through Grade 12, performers sang, danced and played instruments to a packed house of families and friends.

QMS would like to thank everyone who attended, with special appreciation for everyone who brought non-perishable food items for donation to the Cowichan Valley Basket Society.

The Grade 2 class at Queen Margaret’s School performs at the Christmas Concert early in December. (submitted)
The Grade 3 class at Queen Margaret’s School performs at the Christmas Concert early in December. (submitted)
The Grade 3 class at Queen Margaret’s School performs at the Christmas Concert early in December. (submitted)
The Grade 4 drumline keeps time during the Queen Margaret’s School performs at the Christmas Concert early in December. (submitted)
The Grade 4 drumline keeps time during the Queen Margaret’s School performs at the Christmas Concert early in December. (submitted)
The Kindergarten students charm the audience at the Queen Margaret’s School performs at the Christmas Concert early in December. (submitted)
The QMS string orchestrani concert. (submitted)
The saxophones belt it out at QMS. (submitted)
The QMS senior choir adds their voices to the concert. (submitted)

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