Sweeney Singers present Christmas concert

Show on Saturday, Dec. 19 at St. James Catholic Church in Abbotsford

The Sweeney Singers perform in concert on Dec. 19 in Abbotsford.

The Sweeney Singers bring Christmas to life with their annual program of choral music on Saturday, Dec. 19.

The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at St. James Catholic Church, 2777 Townline Rd.

The concert will include well known seasonal favourites as well as new Christmas selections.

The award-winning Sweeneys’ mission is to bring excellence to their choral repertoire and to inspire others to enjoy choral music in all its forms.

For 26 years the Sweeney Singers have been inspired and supported by Ron Sweeney Sr., who passed away on Nov. 21.

This concert will be held in his memory, as one who loved to sing and was profoundly proud of his musical grandchildren.

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