Singing some of the most classic of holiday tunes, the Twelfth Night Singers filled the with music this week.
On Tuesday, the group sang for a crowd of about 120 people. The event was sponsored by the . It was the Friends' fifth holiday event, said Jim Morche, the group's programming coordinator. It has gotten so big that it had to be moved from the library to the larger senior center venue, he said.
"It's great to be able to have so many people be able to come out and enjoy," Morche said.
The Friends maintain a store in the and sponsor programs throughout the year. To learn more about becoming a Friend, visit the group's website.
The Twelfth Night Singers, donning Renaissance-era garb, sang secular and religious songs throughout the night. Eight members of the 35-person singing group participated in the event, said soprano Judy Caddy.
They include Caddy and Jennifer Jones singing soprano, altos Sue Mance and Holly Conroy, tenors David Caddy and James Roach, and bass singers Carl Jones and Jude Purcell.