A Christmas Treasury of Song II

Local Eyes Presents

A Fun-filled Holiday Celebration for the Entire Family

Sunday, December 18, 2016 at 4 pm

Coleman Auditorium

Advance tickets $12 Adults, $6 Youth (12 - 17); $5 more day of performance; children under 12 free


Image Courtesy of Ian Glover Design


“Laura Leigh and her grandson, Russell Storm who participated in the Treasury of Songs, 2015.”

It’s that time of year again when family and friends gather to watch, listen and participate in Song.  Directors Laura Leigh and Don Krieger bring an artful group of singers together to perform Christmas favorites.  A live child nativity will act out and sing “Away in A Manger”, a must see for all.  These talented children ages 5-13 present a moment that began with the birth of Jesus.

Also a choir will perform “Twas the Night before Christmas”, a musical rendition of the famous poem by Clement Clarke Moore.  Included will be Dayle Farina, Teo Ariola, Haidi Calkins,  Pat Wilson, Sam Parsons, Phil Atkins, Eric and Karen Wilder.  Also each will sing a traditional Christmas Solo.

We focus on celebrating the holidays with this concert which is kid friendly and so a short program is planned.  Everyone is welcome!

Santa will be there to listen to the children’s wishes and hand out candy canes.  Brownies and cookies from Art Edibles and hot chocolate and apple juice donated by Gualala Arts will be offered in the foyer after the show.  Community members will donate goodies also.

This event is sure to be a fulfilled celebration of Christmas Joy.  Bring the family and meet your friends at the Gualala Art Center, Coleman Hall for “A Christmas Treasury of Song II.”


Santa Claus will be checking his list, taking gift requests, and handing out candy canes after the performance.



Tickets are $12 for adults $6 for youth (12-17) in advance, $5 more day of event, children under 12 free.

For advance purchase, (coming soon) visit Brown Paper Tickets  or them at call 1-800-838-3006.
To purchase in person, visit the Gualala Arts Center or Dolphin Gallery in Gualala.