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November 29, 2013

Holiday sing-along Dec. 14

NEWBURYPORT —The Firehouse Center for the Arts’ annual Holiday Sing-along is set for Saturday, Dec. 14, beginning at 11 a.m.

Terry Blanchard hosts a sing-along performance by the Immaculate Conception Youth Choir, accompanied by John Metrano on the piano. Santa Claus, played by Richie Eaton, makes a guest appearance.

Join in song with friends, family and the Youth Choir from the Immaculate Conception Church directed by Donna Postle, who will be there to lead everyone in singing some well-loved carols, with music provided by Metrano on piano.

Favorite elf Terry Blanchard will once again read “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” while wearing his famous stocking cap knit exclusively for this annual presentation. After the children listen to the classic tale, it will be time to grab your camera and head for the lobby to meet Santa! A little treat for each child is included in the ticket price.

Tickets are $3 per person and can be purchased through the Firehouse box office or by calling 978-462-7336. Plan early to attend, as this very popular holiday tradition always sells out.

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