The Linden Singers perform traditional Christmas carols for passerby on Beacon Avenue, Sunday. (Kristyn Anthony/News staff)

Linden Singers bring sounds of Christmas to Sidney streets

Traditional carolers will perform each weekend afternoon until Dec. 23

‘Tis the season!

As the town of Sidney prepared Sunday for the annual Sidney Sparkles Christmas Parade, carolers spent the afternoon strolling Beacon Avenue bringing the holiday spirit along in song.

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The Linden Singers capture the warmth and tradition of Christmas sharing their renditions of seasonal favourites for passerby each weekend from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. throughout the streets of Sidney until Dec. 23, in partnership with the Sidney Business Improvement Area Society.


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