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A Breast Cancer Awareness Event

in support of the Canadian Cancer Society SD&G, Prescott-Russell branch.

Sing  it !

3 hours, 3 parts, 1 song, 1 YouTube video and all profits go to a local charity....

Come join us for Sing it!

Do you like to sing?

No experience necessary!

We do not judge your singing ability, we just want people who like to sing.

How it works:  On May 18th, 2019 join us at 10:30 am at Christ Church United, 5 Casselman St., Chesterville, ON. K0C 1H0.  At 11 am each person will choose to be part of the Soprano Section (higher Voice section), Alto/Tenor Section (middle range Voice), or Bass Section (lower Voice) and gather in their assigned area.

What song you will be singing is revealed at 11:05 am and you immediately start learning your "part". You do not need to read music (we do not expect you too) you will learn it by ear. Each section of singers is taught the song by experienced choir leaders. After three hours of learning (@ 2 pm - you get an hour for lunch) all singers come together and rehearse the song together. 

We digitally record it and upload it to YouTube! Then A Bunch of People gives the profit to a local charity! And each viewer has the option to donate money through Facebook or YouTube while they watch the video.

A Fun Spring Day, A Day of Singing, and all Supporting a Local Charity in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry!

The cost to join us is only $5.00 !!!!!

 Schedule of the Day

10:30-11:00

Registration

 

11:00-13:00

Divide into sections and start singing.

 

13:00-14:00

Lunch

(You can buy your lunch on-site at McCloskey’s, but feel free to brown bag it too)

 

14:00-15:00

All sections come together and Sing it!

 

15:00-16:00

Video Record it

To register please email: abunchofpeopleartsandevents@gmail.com

Christ Church United is located at 5 Casselman St., Chesterville, ON K0C 1H0

For more on the McCloskey Project please visit their website: http://www.themccloskeyproject.com

A Bunch of People and

The McCloskey Project Event.

This event has been inspired by Choir! Choir! Choir! in Toronto