CAROLS: Primary students can get their chance on stage in the children's chorus at the Kingaroy Christmas carols.
CAROLS: Primary students can get their chance on stage in the children's chorus at the Kingaroy Christmas carols. Claudia Williams

NEEDED: Calling on Christmas carollers to bring cheer

A NIGHT of Christmas cheer and carols would not be complete without the sweet sound of festive music.

The Kingaroy Town Carols are inviting singers to participate in one of two choirs for this year's carols.

There will be a children's chorus featuring students from Prep to Year 6 who will perform on the night of the carols in the Kingaroy Town Hall forecourt on December 1.

A youth chorus of High School students and youth up to 25-years-of-age will sing some Christmas classics on the night.

Anyone interested in joining the children's or youth chorus are encouraged to email kingaroycarols@gmail.com for an information pack.

The choirs will rehearse on Saturday afternoons at Kingaroy State High School starting on Saturday, October 12.

Joining the choirs will cost $20, which will pay for the performer's polo shirt which will be worn during the event.

The 2019 Kingaroy Carols will explore who is in the Bethlehem story and what Christmas is all about.

The big community event will be in support of South Burnett school chaplains.

The community Christmas carols are run by the Kingaroy District and Ministry Association and will feature a range of performances from schools and other community groups.

There will be a gold coin donation on entry and there will be food and drinks stalls open from 5pm.

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