Wilsonville tree lighting


It is a wilsonville choir tradition to sing at the tree lighting ceremony in downtown wilsonville. This year they went and supported the middle school choirs that were singing and then sang themselves. The symphonic choir was joined with a few other choir members. They sang Believe from the polar express and I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas. A few members of the choir learned Believe in ASL and performed it at the tree lighting ceremony. Wilsonville high school choir love singing at the tree lighting because it helps bring the community closer together. The tree lighting also offers hot chocolate and apple cider. They also had Santa there to take pictures and talk too! Wilsonville choir and band have an upcoming winter concert on the 16th and 17th. They will be performing multiple holidays holiday songs with the band and the orchestra. Please make sure to support the Wilsonville high school arts programs.