Nov. 30 through Dec. 9th, 2018. Occidental Community Choir Celebrates 40 Years of ‘Music From Home’
Born around a bonfire in the town of Occidental in 1978, the Occidental Community Choir has become a treasured West County cultural institution. Creative, quirky and consistently melodious, OCC celebrates its 40th Birthday this year! So, instead of having a midlife crisis and getting a tattoo, we’re observing this momentous occasion with a winter concert series celebrating four decades of making original music with our friends and neighbors in beautiful Sonoma County.
Directress Sarah Saulsbury will lovingly lead our 51-member ensemble as we revisit some of the best-loved songs of the winter holiday season written by choir members past and present. Skillfully weaving together song and story, poetry and theatrics, the OCC offers a joyful and eclectic winter holiday concert experience unlike any other. Come 1/2 hour early to see the slide show! Seasonal refreshments offered. Wheelchair Accessible.There will be commemorative pottery and gift items for sale, plus a special exhibit with 40 years of choir photos and memorabilia in the OCA Gallery.
Fri. Nov. 30 @ 8 pm ‘Community First Night’ – $10 Tickets @ O.C.A.
Sat. Dec. 1 @ 8 pm; Sunday Dec. 2 @ 3 pm; Sat. Dec. 8 @ 8 pm – OCCIDENTAL CENTER FOR THE ARTS (3850 Doris Murphy Ct. Occidental).
Sun. Dec. 9 @ 3 pm – GLASER CENTER (547 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa).
Adults $15, Kids 12 and under Free. Tickets at OccidentalChoir.org/tickets
/ or at the door. Get your tickets early!