Christmas caroling series continues tonight at Main and Gay streets

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By Johnathan Ryan

The effort to make downtown Lancaster a yuletide delight for county residents comes again tonight.

Here We Come A' Caroling is an event sponsored by the city of Lancaster and See Lancaster. It will feature classic caroling at Main and Gay streets.

Dressed-up performers from the Andrew Jackson High School Show Choir and the Lancaster County Community Playhouse will mix drama with their singing and try to include the audience.

The event will take place between 6 and 8 p.m., and refreshments will be served.

"We want to create a sense of oneness in the community," said Lori Brewer. "And as far as the playhouse is concerned, promote the arts."

Brewer played Ms. Cratchit in the local community theater group's recent production "Scrooge: The Musical."

See Lancaster organizer Mary Brown thanks Brewer for working to set up tonight's event.

"Lori and the playhouse deserve so much kudos," Brown said. "She basically set it up."

Various performers have performed in the empty lot as part of the special Christmas series.

On Dec. 8, the Voices of Hope choir performed before the annual downtown Lancaster Christmas parade.

Brewer suggests that attendees bring lawn chairs for extra comfort tonight.

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