9th Annual Cusheon Lake Carole and Canoe

When:
December 16, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where:
Cushean Lake
9th Annual Cusheon Lake Carole and Canoe @ Cushean Lake | British Columbia | Canada

Meet at the public dock, and then go caroling dock to dock-ish around the lake. OR stay at the dock and sing.

Enjoy a warming beverage and snacks afterward AND/OR bring your own to stay warm or something to share.

Not needed:
a great singing voice.
Must have: a sense of humour 🙂

BRING or BOOK a BOAT or hang at the public dock. Contact: Andie & Glen 537-9629 or Nomi 537-9299

More details:
Tis the Season to be Jolly, so what better way than to sing some carols followed by a warming beverage and appetizer.

What: Cusheon Lake Caroling Caravan of boats, canoes & kayaks to circumnavigate the lake.

When: Saturday, Dec 16, 1: 00 Boat launching, 1:15 Singing starts, 2:15 finish singing and meet at Cusheon Lake Resort for refreshments, 4:00 Finish

Who: You and anyone who is a Lover of Cusheon Lake. Singers, Crooners and Croakers All Welcome!

No experience necessary.

Where:
Caroling – Boaters meet at the public Cusheon Lake dock off of Cusheon Lake Road
– Non-boating Carolers meet at the public dock or on your own dock as we paddle by.
Join us at the end at Cusheon Lake Resort 171,

Why: For fun and good cheer.

Join in on your boat, on your dock or at the public access. If you would like to reserve/borrow a boat please contact us.

Ways to participate:

1. If you have your own boat meet at the Public dock.

2. If you live lakeside come and join in or listen from your dock or home. Please consider inviting neighbours and friends from across or down the road to join you on this afternoon of goodwill and sharing. Please also let us know if you want the Caravan to visit your dock.

3. If you don’t live lakeside and are shy, or aren’t feeling #2, there’s also the public beach to watch and/or join in from.

4. If you will be joining in the afterglow, please bring a finger food appetizer or beverage to share.

5. Please dress warmly. Bring life jackets and any extra if you have them.

Here’s a suggested song list. All of which may be found in The Driftwood songbook. Away in A Manger, Deck the Halls, Do You Hear What I Hear, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Hark the Herald
Angels Sing, Joy to the World, O Christmas Tree, O Come All Ye Faithful, O Holy Night, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Silent Night, Silver Bells, The First Noel, We Three Kings of Orient Are, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, While Shepherds Watched, White Christmas, OH Tannenbaum!

However, in the TRUE Spirit of Christmas and goodwill, we would like to know if there are some other Holy Day songs that If you know and could share or have a desire to sing…. Please let us know!

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