NORTH OF THE NOTCH ECUMENICAL SINGERS
The North of the Notch Ecumenical Singers will be presenting a special patriotic concert as part of Lancaster’s 250th birthday celebration on July 6 at 4PM. The concert will be held at the historic Rialto Theatre and will feature the Joseph Martin cantata, “Of Faith and Freedom” and includes familiar tunes such as Song for the Unsung Hero and You Raise Me Up. The cantata includes not only wonderful music but also narration and famous historic quotes presented by Nathan Gair. It will also feature an audience sing-along of patriotic songs.
The North of the Notch Ecumenical Singers includes singers from all over the North Country and normally performs at the Lancaster Congregational Church. Past performances have included “Amahl and the Night Visitors” which is a delightful and inspiring Christmas opera by Carlos Menotti. The chorus is conducted by Brenda Bray and accompanied by Barbara Robarts.
The concert is free but donations are gratefully accepted. The Rialto Theatre is located on Main Street in downtown Lancaster and is air-conditioned. Come and celebrate Lancaster’s birthday with us!
Registration forms are now available on our website for the Lancaster 250th Birthday Celebration Wiffle Ball Tournament. Tournament is Saturday, July 26, 2014. Tournament brackets for all ages. Visit our website to print your registration form - www.lancasternh.org. Then navigate to Local Events in the blue banner.
Come joy us for this wonderful community event. The ballpark is a great place to be!!!!
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