BX Elementary Grade 4 and 5 choir members Sophie Laser (top left), Silven Ivey (below), Sophie Rivers, Elise Dobernigg (back right) and Taryn Mcgowan sing and ring bells during their performance at the 66th annual Rotary Carol Festival Saturday. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

Rotary Club of Vernon hosts Carol Festival

Photos/video from the 66th annual event at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre

Songs of the season filled the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre over the weekend.

Hundreds of voices graced the stage for the 66th annual Rotary Carol Festival.

With three performances, Vernon was treated to a wide array of talent, including school choirs and local professionals of every genre, from country to classical

See: Rotary Carol Festival kicks off Christmas season

The event raised money for the annual Senior Spring Breakfout, held each spring.

Many Vernon seniors (as many as 500) attend the Spring Breakout each year. They are treated to entertainment, music, dancing, and a meal with coffee or tea.


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Autumn Sunderland sings a solo for “We Need a Little Christmas” with fellow BX Elementary choir members Callie Clarke, Emma Montgomery and Harlea Kaur in the background during the Rotary Carol Festival at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre Saturday. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

Terry Mooney entertains guests during the 66th annual Rotary Carol Festival Saturday at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

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