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Island Voices and Friends present a wee dram of Christmas spirit(s)

Island Voices Chamber Choir will be celebrating the Christmas Spirits at Shelter Point Distillery on Sunday, Dec. 9. - Photo submitted
Island Voices Chamber Choir will be celebrating the Christmas Spirits at Shelter Point Distillery on Sunday, Dec. 9.
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Let Island Voices Chamber Choir tantalize your ears and your taste buds on Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m. with a Wee Taste of Christmas.

The Shelter Point Distillery (formerly the UBC Farm at Oyster River) will be the spectacular setting for this Christmas concert.

Shelter Point Distillery is an artisan distillery producing premium single malt Canadian Whiskey. This one-of-a-kind space is located at 4650 Regent Road, off Highway 19-A at Terrain Road, easily accessible to both Campbell River and Courtenay audiences. For directions, visit the Shelter Point Distillery website,  www.shelterpointdistillery.com.

Island Voices will present a varied program of seasonal choral a cappella compositions from across the centuries and from around the world, along with favourites such as Deck the Halls, Good King Wenceslas, and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

Well known Campbell River soprano Amy Lelliott  will be the guest artist.

Following the performance, join them as they celebrate the season with Christmas goodies and a wee dram.

Beautiful music, tasty treats, and exceptional “Christmas Spirits.”

Don’t miss this opportunity for a unique Holiday experience.

Tickets are only $10 and are available at the door or from choir members.

For more information about the event, call 250-338-1439 or 250-287-4236, or visit www.islandvoiceschamberchoir.bc.ca

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