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Posted Nov 20 2012 12:00am
The holiday season is upon us once again. The days are getting chillier...

earmuffs required
Holt Renfrew and The Bay's holiday windows are installed, Starbucks red cups (and Joy tea!!) are in full force, Christmas music is starting to pop up ( everywhere but Shoppers Drug Mart ) and finally last weekend, the Santa Claus Parade made its way through the streets of Toronto.


I kinda love the holiday season and I'm getting excited for some great events happening in the next few weeks, including some events where I'll be singing!
Saturday December 1st - Singing Strong Holiday Magic in New York I'm thrilled to be participating in another Singing Strong 'Cabaret for a Cause'. Proceeds from this holiday themed evening will be donated back to Buddies in Bad Times Theatre and I'm looking forward to sharing the stage with an amazing group of talented performers, including the lovely Lindsay!
Linz & I at last year's Cabaret for a Cause
Thursday December 13th - HoHoTO  HoHoTO is a huge holiday-themed party to raise funds for the Daily Bread Food Bank. This annual event has been going on since 2008, and has raised more than $165,000 and collected more than four tonnes of food for Torontonians in need. I think it's pretty amazing that something that started as a conversation over Twitter has turned into such a successful fundraiser for an incredibly worthy cause. 
Friday December 14th - Set Those Sails - A Night of William Finn

I'm really excited to be a part of this amazing project that Tara has been working on. William Finn writes insanely beautiful and moving music, and Tara has collected a stellar group of performers and musicians to bring his music to life. It's sure to be a wonderful evening and we'd love to have you there. 
Sunday December 16 - Canada Sings Riverdale Annual Carol Singalong I love singing Christmas carols, and last year I had the most wonderful time sipping a warm beverage and singing carols in harmony alongside a brass quintet and organ. Canada Sings is a really neat organization that encourages people to partake in the joy of music, and the holiday season is a ridiculously fun time to do so!
Links include more details and ticket information. I can't wait for all of these events and would love to see you there too!
What are you looking forward to over the holiday season? Do you have any events that are now a tradition for you to attend?

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