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Events, Kid Friendly, Things to Do — By shelaghmcnally on December 6, 2011 at 7:24 pm
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Get into the spirit of Christmas with these charitable events. It’s a great way to meet the locals, find out what’s happening in town and help out.

The Third Annual City Carol Sing

Come and sing along with some of the city’s great singers and support the Food Banks of Canada. Special guests appearances with International Opera Star Richard Margison, tenor and Lauren Margison, soprano. Featuring The High Park Choirs of Toronto, The Larkin Singers, The Choirs of Yorkminster Park Baptist Church & Christ Church Deer Park, VIVA! ARTS! Brass, William Maddox, Organist and Eric Robertson, Music Director.

Be sure to bring your donation to the Daily Bread Food Bank.

 

Admission: Free
Date: Saturday, December 17, 2011
Time:  2 pm
Location: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church 1585 Yonge Street (one block north of Yonge and St. Clair)

The Christmas Story at The Church of the Holy Trinity

One of Toronto’s oldest holiday traditions, the pageant as first staged in 1938 at this lovely 164-year old heritage church. The story of the nativity is told through a series of narrated scenes linked by beautiful organ music and carols from an unseen choir. Close to 100 volunteers, including babies who take turns playing the role of baby Jesus, perform in one of two casts.

 

Admission: Suggested donation: $20 adults, $5 children
Date: December 9-11, 16-18, 22-24.
Time: Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings: 7:30 pm., Saturday & Sunday matinees: 4:30 pm.
Location: Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square,West side of the Toronto Eaton Centre

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