It is a tradition that years to do, with decorations thrown across the building and "Sounds of the Season" play calmly in the evening.
"It's fantastic," said Cawdor Chris Spearman. "It just adds to the whole Christmas spirit."
The "Sounds of the Season" concert officially started at his home hall on Friday, and # 39; entertaining holidays to all who stopped it.
"This light is up the whole building, just just," said Spearman. "Until this happens, it just adds a new flavor to Lethbridge Town Hall."
The annual concert series is organized by home-based staff every year to help build holiday spirits within a & # 39; home and featuring local choirs, bands and musicians.
The LCI Jazz Band is a & # 39; The first of nine different actors to take the stage in December, and the students were happy for their chance.
"Being here at the town hall with everyone also decorated, and see people to come out for the holidays and get them into the spirit and playing Christmas music, it's a good awareness of a lot of harmony, "said a saxophone player for LCI Jazz Band, Alexandar Williams S-
"It's so exciting. This is the second year I'm doing it and it's good!"
Performing a tune of Christmas songs and jazz classes, the group spent an hour's time; hosting audiences and staff at Lethbridge Town Hall before making tools for the day.
Spearman, who watched all the work, as well as having a " Christmas breakdown. The monthly script series also offers a good place for schools to go to; present their local talent in the community.
"It's good to see what opportunities are available in the small town of Lethbridge through our school systems and to play together, learn together and then showcase to talents for the community, it's brilliant, "Spearman said.
The concert is free for everyone to attend, and will take place on December 21 with a final presentation from AC Vocals.
A full list of the upcoming shows in the series this year can be found on their homepage.
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