Caring for Christmas
Expressions of Community Caring in Verse, Song, and Story
For its fifth year, The Mary Baker Eddy Library's holiday show, "Caring for Christmas," shifts from a historical to a contemporary focus, highlighting the spirit of caring in our community and throughout the world.
In song, verse, and story, the production looks back at a year that was both about "Boston Strong" and "Boston Tender," and about a world drawn together in its hopes and promise, as well its challenges.
Songwriters, musicians, choruses, and ensembles from a range of Boston programs--including Zumix, the Berklee College of Music, and Cellos 352, along with local actors--reflect a new generation of voices, visions, and virtuosity in celebrating the season and the community.
Admission to this event is free with the opportunity to donate to local charities.
From 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., representatives from Rosie's Place, Extras for Creative Reuse, and The Mass Coalition for the Homeless will be onsite to talk about their work and accept donations. Cello 352 will also perform for us in the Atrium at this time.