By Alicia Dziak
If you’re looking for a fun way to get into the holiday spirit, look no further than Christmas Carols in the Park, happening this Saturday, Dec. 3. At 6:30 p.m., meet up with friends old and new at Fiddler’s Green Park, where an evening of festive music will be centered around the gazebo.
“This event will be for the community,” said Debbie Hintz, director of the Trading Post, who is sponsoring the event. “It is a way to bring everyone together to celebrate the Christmas season.”
Local musicians Hintz of Thunder and George Miller will lead the caroling. “There will be a candle lighting for our last song of Silent Night,” Hintz stated.
Hintz envisions the event as “a simple production in a great setting.”
“Our goal is to make this an annual event,” she added.
This is an outdoor event, so come dressed for the weather. Spend an evening celebrating the season and enjoying the company of your neighbors. Christmas Carols in the Park is sure to become a new community tradition!