CMO concert next Friday night

Get ready for a delightful Christmas concert from the Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra on Dec. 14 at Evergreen Hall.

Get ready for a delightful Christmas concert from the Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra on Dec. 14 at Evergreen Hall.

The CMO will be joined by a special guest, local vocalist Crystal Hicks.

The ever popular CMO Singalong session is also included in the Friday night program with the theme A Night Before Christmas.

The seasonal concert is under the direction of Johan Louwersheimer, and will include a performance by the Chilliwack Metropolitan Youth Orchestra.

Music lovers are also invited to bring a donation for the Salvation Army Kettle Fund in the form of cash, gifts or non-perishable food items.

CMO Christmas Concert, Dec. 14, 7:30 p.m. at Evergreen Hall with a possible mystery guest. Tickets at the door only Adults $15, Students $10 and under six are free.

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