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Thursday, December 4, 2014

time for a Ligonier Christmas

Santa, a snowman, shepherds and more are sure to get Ligonier residents excited for the Christmas season when the Valley Players present “A Ligonier Christmas.”
The show, which will include sacred and secular music performed by community singers, is the nonprofit organization's 16th annual Christmas presentation.
“It's about coming together as a community to keep our little theater a part of the holiday festivities,” said Francine Mitchell, who wrote and is directing “A Ligonier Christmas.”
A cast of around 45 people, ranging in ages 6 to 75 will come together to present the show.
“I wrote this play in the spirit of Christmas and hopefully it will bring the joy of Christmas memories and the true meaning of the holiday to our audience,” said Mitchell, who has been involved with the Valley Players for six years.

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