The Jamestown community will have an opportunity to experience the sounds of a 60-member choir, 25-member orchestra and 15-member children's choir this weekend when The Living Christmas Tree presents "An Evening in December" in the First Covenant Church's sanctuary, located at 520 Spring St.
In its 28th year, the Living Christmas Tree, conducted by Brian Bogey, will be performed four times: at 8 p.m., Friday; at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Saturday; and 5 p.m., Sunday. Tickets are available at the church and, through Wednesday, at Ecklof Bakery, Farm Fresh Foods, Peterson Farm and Quilters' Haven in Jamestown and Lakewood Apothecary. Admission is $6.
After Wednesday, all tickets will be available at First Covenant Church. For more information, call the church at 483-9825.
From the left, Matthew Kindberg, Adam Rohler, conductor Brian Bogey, Steve Sirocky and Steve Sipior rehearse for this weekend’s Living Christmas Tree at First Covenant Church.
P-J photo by Scott Kindberg