Singing in the spirit of the season

trail of luminarias lights and caroling in Stacy ParkLighten your heart and brighten the darkness this evening, at the twelfth annual luminarias trail of lights in Big Stacy Park. This is a wonderful family-scale alternative to the big trail of lights, with homemade music and neighborly conviviality just part of the pleasure. All that’s asked in return is that carolers bring an article of non-perishable food to donate. The Girl Scouts will see that it reaches the Capital Area Food Bank. There will be illuminated trails to walk and spirited singing back at the bonfire, and refreshments of hot chocolate and apple cider are promised. It all begins at around 6:30 (or dusk) this evening and will continue until 9 o’clock. The official address for Big Stacy Park is 700 East Side Drive. Begin near Travis Heights Elementary School on East Side Drive between Live Oak and Woodland, a little east from South Congress (see map one or map two). The goal is happy hearts and 650 pounds of donated food. Only a downpour will cause cancellation.

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