Eight members of the Voices United community choir sing carols during Christmas Tree Light-Up at the Infocentre on Sunday evening, Dec. 3. The full choir, 40 members strong, will perform their annual cantata at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Saturday, Dec. 16, 4 p.m.

Cantata moves to Dutch Lake Centre

There will be a change of venue for the Voices United Community Choir’s cantata this year.

The event, which has usually be held in the Clearwater Baptist Church, will instead be held at the Dutch Lake Community Center.

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The new location is because the Baptist church building was sold to a rafting company.

The cantata will be held on Saturday, Dec. 16, starting at 4 p.m.

Admission will be by donation with all donations going to the Forest View Place recreation program.

The name of this year’s program is “Go Sing it on the Mountain.”



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