Celebrating the end of the Centenary Year
Final Musical Offering New Years Eve – Calvary Retirement Village
We have enjoyed taking part in the Musical Offering Centenary Project during the year so it seemed only fitting to put our collective hands up to be one of the performers at the final offering on New Year’s Eve at the Calvary Retirement Village.
It was an opportunity to again don our sparkly hats and sing what has become a staple in our repertoire ‘Canberra is calling to you’. It was also a great way to review a busy year in song and help celebrate the centenary for one last time!
Last day of term – Performance and Party!
Our Santa Hats, Halos and Reindeer ears (and of course Leo’s Christmas Tree!) were mandatory for our last day of term when we performed in the foyer as part of the Canberra Hospital Foundations Christmas Choir Festival. Our passing audience grinned while we sang with gusto ‘What shall we do with a Tipsy Santa?’ with some staying for a song or two. We had a lot of fun and appreciated being part of such a worthwhile event.After the performance, we celebrated at the Burns Club with our annual Christmas Party. As always, the food was yummy, and the company relaxed enough to sing the odd song or two, much to the delight of our fellow diners.
And then it was just ‘tu tu’ much – an excellent end to busy day!