West End Caroling Will End In Sin

(12.18) After a year off, the popular West Side Caroling event returns for its 15th year from 6pm to 8pm this Sunday. The crowd has burgeoned over the years and can make a joyful noise heard far and wide; you don’t have to worry that your voice is going to blurt forth and ruin everything. And there will be professionals on hand to whip it all into shape. Carolers can start the evening getting Lucky Enough and end in Sin. In between, everyone sings songs about sleighs, chestnuts, and the baby Jesus, while walking around looking at the Christmas-y houses. According to RI Monthly:

On Sunday, December 18, maestro Glenn Zienowicz and carolers Daniel George and Chris Sanford will be leading the pack. The event is free and open to the public, and they encourage any prospective carolers to join them at Lucky Enough at 1492 Westminster St., Providence at 5 p.m. for a warmup. Neighbors can officially hear the chorus of voices echoing throughout the streets of the West End in the evening from 6­–8 p.m. A little incentive to join, even if you’re certain you don’t have an opera voice: the carolers end at Sin Desserts on Westminster Street for cocoa and treats.

A true occasion for sin: Seen here, Sin manager Emily poses with a package full of joy and cheer and air. Sin has gorgeous desserts, an espresso bar, and a real bar bar.

Free and open to the public, meet-up 5pm, singing 6pm to 8pm, Sunday, December 18, Lucky Enough, 1492 Westminster Street, (directions)

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