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Holiday Hand Bell Concert

by Bill Tobin
December 4, 2012

 If you missed this concert at the Holiday Stroll, you have an opportuniity to hear even more.

The First Congregational Church of Holliston is presenting a Holiday Handbell Concert on Saturday, December 8th at 7:00 PM

This concert is inspirational and entertaining with appropriate holiday music.

This talented handbell choirs are directed by Karen McCue. Come and enjoy a great concert on Saturday evening.

 

If it snows on Saturday, plan to come on Sunday.

 Merry Christmas...

 

Posted in Local Lore, Arts.

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