Brenda’s Brats and special guests headed to Cobble Hill Hall for show

Brenda’s Brats and the Farmers Institute at Cobble Hill are presenting A Christmas Variety Show Sunday, Dec. 7 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Cobble Hill Hall on Watson Avenue.

Organizers are promising a wonderful family event featuring the Brenda’s Brats chorus, of course, plus the Arbutus Ridge Music Group, and soloists Glaucia Desrochers, Melissa Flint, Ken Hiles, Bryon Thompson and many more.

It is sure to be great entertainment so bring your caroling voices and wear your Christmas colours.

The historic hall is a great place for good cheer, friendly faces and goodies to eat.

Admission is a donation of either cash or a food item to go to the CMS Food Bank.

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