The Generations Church presents the Singing Christmas Tree Friday to Sunday (Dec. 11-13).

Singing tree comes to life

NANAIMO - The annual Singing Christmas Tree runs Friday to Sunday (Dec. 11-13) at the Generations Church.

Generations Church presents its 23rd annual production of the Singing Christmas Tree this weekend.

This year’s production, I’ll be Home for Christmas, is a musical that follows the life the West family during the Second World War. The West family experiences joys and sorrows as it prepares for the holiday season and audience members are invited to share the journey.

The Christmas tree is comprised of choir members and holiday lights.

The show is Friday to Sunday (Dec. 11-13) Friday’s show is 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday’s shows are at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.  Tickets are free and are available at Generations Church, located at 1300 Princess Royal Ave., or The Buzz Coffee House, located at 1861 Dufferin Cres.

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