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Troubadours sing Christmas carols to some unlikely listeners

There were definitely reindeer in attendance on the night of Monday, December 7 as the LHS Troubadours sang Christmas carols at the gates of Zoo Lights. The tradition of Troubadours caroling at the zoo continued as members of the mixed concert choir spouted songs to visitors and animals alike from 6 PM to 7 PM Monday night.

“I really loved working with everyone tonight and getting to sing for the community at a great Denver event,” said junior Emma Olsen.

Those sentiments were echoed by several other members of the choir, expressing how they appreciated the opportunity to sing and bond with their classmates in a more informal and fun setting. After their hour of caroling ended, choir members were permitted to walk around the light exhibits free of charge.

Troubadours will sing during the winter concert on December 10, and then go caroling again in the lobby of the school on December 14.

“This will be our first official concert on the new stage and it feels good to be back at Littleton,” said senior Marissa Kelley.

Both performances are free, and the winter vocal music concert begins at 7 PM.