Show your community and holiday spirit by participating in the Wake Forest’s Community Carolers Sing-Along

From The Town of Wake Forest to WSJ30.com

You and your family are invited to help Wake Forest kick off the holiday season while “making spirits bright” by participating in the Wake Forest Community Carolers Holiday Sing-Along. Modeled after the digital sensation, “Couch Choir,” our Holiday Sing-Along is a chance for residents to lift their voices in song and “jingle all the way” as star performers in this year’s “virtual” Lighting of Wake Forest.

From now through Monday, Nov. 23, individuals and families can use the instructions and karaoke guide provided on the Town’s website to video record themselves singing “Jingle Bells” and “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” then upload their videos through an online portal. Step-by-step instructions and the karaoke guide are provided at http://bit.ly/WFCommunityCarolersSingAlong

While recording your videos, be sure to show your holiday spirit by wearing holiday attire and including props such as lights, wrapping paper and decorations.

Kino Mountain Productions, the Town’s video production partner, will synch up all the submitted videos into a virtual choir. The Town will unveil the finished product on its Facebook page and website on the evening of Friday, Dec. 4, which will be included as an important part of the virtual tree lighting program.

Again, the deadline to upload your videos is Monday, Nov. 23.

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