It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Hunt Hill! Please join the board of directors and John C. Maxwell III, President for a Hunt Hill Farm Holiday Open House, Tree Lighting and Caroling. December 2st, 5-8:30pm
Location: The Big Red Barn, 81 Crossmon Road
RSVP – ACCEPTANCE ONLY- 860-355-0300, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunt Hill Farm is pleased to announce that the Sarah Noble Intermediate School Chorus will be singing here on December 2nd at 2pm for their 9th year.
Under the direction of director, Gloria Capone Sarah Noble Chorus consists of three groups in grades 3 through 5 with over 200 enthusiastic singers in the combined choruses. Ms. Capone has been a General Music teacher and the Choral Director at Sarah Noble since 2009. Before becoming a teacher she had a long career in performing, primarily opera.
Come join in on December 8th the reading of the poem which is all about one night on the occasion of Christmas. Family and friends will enjoy sharing Dylan Thomas has managed to universalize the very essence of Christmas as any child anywhere might perceive it.
This is an awesome poem to read along with the actors and audience as it reflects the childish mind hidden inside everyone.
All your Christmases will live again in the magic of Dylan Thomas’ poetic language in A Child’s Christmas in Wales written by Dylan Thomas read by actors and followed along by the audience.
A Litchfield County tradition for over 45 years, the Kent Singers
is an enthusiastic ensemble of 35+ singers. The new dynamic
musical director, Knox Sutterfield, trained at the Yale School of
Music, has created an innovative repertoire sure to delight local
Usher in the Holidays with The Kent Singers
presenting a festive concert of traditional and contemporary carols
including the suite “Christmas Day” by Gustav Holst,
arrangements by David Willcocks and John Rutter,
and music of Pulitzer Prize finalist Michael Gilbertson