Fairbridge Carols offers vocalists, sing-along

The Fairbridge Carols annual concert is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 13 starting at 2 p.m. in Cowichan’s historic Fairbridge Farm school chapel.

The event is open to friends and all music lovers with admission is by donation.

Featured on this year’s program will be vocalists Cari Burdett and Sara Marreiros, cellist Corbin Keep and more.

Add in the Fairbridge community children’s chorus and other special musical offerings, and sing-along carols for audience participation and it sounds like fun. Please bring a non-perishable grocery item for the Cowichan Basket Society. Admission is by donation that will be split between the guest artists and the Fairbridge Chapel Heritage Society.

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