Sweeney Singers presents annual Christmas concert

Performance takes place Dec. 21 at St. James Catholic Church

The Sweeney Singers present their annual Christmas concert in Abbotsford on Wednesday

The Sweeney Singers host their annual Christmas concert in Abbotsford on Wednesday, Dec. 21.

The concert, titled Born on a New Day, begins at 7:30 p.m. at St. James Catholic Church, 2777 Townline Rd.

The Sweeney Singers present old favourites, folk songs and timeless classics, enthusing audiences with their pure harmony and rapport with the crowd.

The Sweeney family, now involving a new generation, are joined by guest instrumentalists for the evening, giving a rich, full sound to the choral settings.

Admission is by donation to BC Teen Challenge, which offers recovery programs for men and women with substance abuse problems.

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