The sounds of Christmas at Light up Bowen

There was lots to sing about at this year’s Light up Bowen!
Michelle Harrison took over as the writer and director of the live naitivity scene, putting.
“She did a solo acapella with Mary [Brandie Boyce] alone on stage, then the Angel Gabrielle started talking to her before she was joined by Joseph [Doug Woods] and the baby [Isla],” says fomer director, Basia Lieske. “There was so much mystery and suspense, it was very powerful.
Peter Parkin and David Graff provided guitar accompaniment (see photo above).
The Light Up Bowen Committee (Basia Lieske and Jewal Maxwell) would like to thank: all sponsor for their donations of money and services, as well as the people who donated lights.
Thank you to George Zawadzki and Ellen Dawson for the cookies; to Bowen realtors for the wine.
A big thank you to the Black Sheep, the Sugar Plum Fairy, and the Gingerbread Man for guiding the lantern procession.
Thanks to Lynn Williams, Lorraine Ashdown and BICC for the choral accompanyment.
Thanks to Brian Biddlecomb for bringing Santa, and to the Fire Department for getting him home.
And of course, to Bowen Rec for Santa’s worshop and lantern making session.

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