Christmas concert hosted by downtown United Church

Christmas music performed by the Alleluia Ringers bell choir and the Merrie Pipers recorder orchestra with guests.

The Christmas Bells & Whistles Concert will take place Sunday, Dec. 16, 2 p.m., at the First United Church, 721 Bernard Ave., in downtown Kelowna.

Christmas music will be performed by the Alleluia Ringers bell choir and the Merrie Pipers recorder orchestra with special guests Dawn Mussalem (soprano), Graham Virk (piano) and Marvin Dickau (organ).

Admission by donation at the door (suggested $10). Hot cider and shortbread will be served at the reception following the concert.

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