The Moose Jaw Community Choir is hosting their ‘Third Annual Spring Sing’ on Saturday, May 11, at the Zion United Church.  

Spring Sing gives the 76 local music enthusiasts that make up the Moose Jaw Community Choir the opportunity to share their love of all things musical with the community.  

Bob Liang, Choir Committee Member, tells us about what kind of music one can hear during the event: 

“We have some spiritual-type and religious (music), we have folk songs, pop, classical, Broadway type (songs). It’s just a very eclectic mix, it spans a whole lot of musical genres,” 

The choir will be joined by an instrumental accompaniment as well as the audience at certain points during the show. 

“There’s going to be a sing along with everybody that attends, a couple of songs. We tried that out last year and it was lots of fun.” said Liang. 

Laing noted that this year’s Spring Sing promises to be a sizeable musical event, if last year’s show is any indication, with the 2023 Spring Sing drawing in nearly 500 attendees. 

This year’s event starts at 7 p.m. and tickets can be purchased online via SaskTix or at the Moose Jaw Events Centre box office for $15 apiece, children under 12 accompanied by a ticket holding adult can enter free of charge. 

The event will conclude with a reception with treats and refreshments available.