Merry Christmas Cowichan

All across Cowichan during the past couple of weeks, school gymnasiums have been crowded with happy families.

All across the Cowichan Valley during the past couple of weeks, school gymnasiums have been crowded with happy families eagerly gathered to watch the parade of annual December concerts.

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Queen Margaret's School holiday concert 2015

It’s always a special moment for parents when their first child takes to the stage with a kindergarten choir but it’s also equally memorable when a senior secondary student plays the piano or the clarinet the final holiday show of his or her school career.

Depending on the school, the subject matter at these shows ranges from strongly secular to frankly religious and everywhere in between but they all have one thing in common: they celebrate togetherness and community spirit in an unforgettable way.

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Maple Bay Elementary holiday concert 2015

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