The Huron Carole

Join us on December 18, 2017

When: Doors open at 6 pm for silent auction, show begins at 7 pm

Where: Centennial  United, 612 David St. (Please park across the street behind the hotel)

Tickets: $35 each – $30 for 6 or more tickets – $25 for students with valid I.D. from institution of study

Buy tickets online – Purchase at The Mustard Seed – tickets available at the door

Master storyteller and musician Tom Jackson weaves a mythical, multi-media and musical journey of all things Canadian and all things Christmas. A series of “firsts” and “favourites” and “rituals” captured in a blend of theatre, a dash of humour and visual images meant to evoke our own memories.

Tom Jackson, founder of The Huron Carole Benefit Concert Series, is a musician, beloved TV personality (North of 60, Star Trek, Law and Order), and long-time champion for the marginalized. Having experienced life on the streets himself, he discovered music was a way to help others.

Tom Jackson’s Christmas 150 is a project of the Christmas & Winter Relief Association whose mandate is to support organizations doing hands-on work with the homeless and hungry in Canada.