Sweeney Family Singers present Christmas concert

The performance takes place Dec. 16 at Bakerview Church

The Sweeney Family Singers host their annual Christmas concert in Abbotsford on Dec. 16.

The Sweeney Family Singers host their annual Christmas concert on Tuesday, Dec. 16.

The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. at Bakerview Church, 2285 Clearbrook Rd.

Admission to the concert is by donation, with proceeds going to Development and Peace (aid for Middle East refugees).

Some of the well-known selections at the performance include Silent Night, The Huron Carol, Christmas Angel and the Christmas Song. The event includes special guests cellist Benjamin Louwersheimer and violinist Loren Friesen.

The Sweeney Singers have been performing together for 25 years.

For more information, visit www.sweeneysingers.com.

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