|Sing Song Signers on the left and Fiona singing.|
|My awfully blurry shot.|
The horses and the officers were decorated for Christmas.
One of the local television people acted as compere, and Johnathon Uptin, you did a great job.
|Well done, Johno|
Standing off stage while Fiona Wake sings
The Kiwanis clubs ran food and drink stalls.
Every audience member was issued with a battery operated candle and a song book as people came through the gates. People had brought solar lights, torches, glow sticks, headbands with lights, and even real candles to add to the festivities. After dark the scene was really pretty.
|Thank you to the Kiwanis|
Another sponsor provided free polo shirts for every choir member, designed by Peter Morrissey no less.
As the night became dark the audience waved their candles. I've seen on TV when this happens the artist of stage says it is wonderful. I thought this was just showmanship. No! From the stage it is incredible. Wow! Black with stars moving. Get yourself on stage and see it for yourself.
|Ambrose was just one of the many talented performers|
The program was a combination of traditional carols and modern Christmas songs. Really engaging. And Santa appeared, of course, after Jingle Bells.
After the concert we had fireworks. And fireworks, And fireworks. For twenty minutes. Someone was a wonderful sponsor. Can you imagine how many huge sparkly things can be in the sky over twenty minutes? We sat there like a bunch of dills with our mouths open in awe. (Good thing there were no flies to come in.)
Some of these photos are mine are some were taken by my friends and given to me.
|Gawking at the fireworks|