Metigoshe Ministries’ Nights of Christmas Celebration

Are you hoping the Christmas season never ends? Ready to relax and take some time to celebrate the season? If you answered “Yes,” please join us for the 47th Annual Nights of Christmas with Metigoshe Ministries on December 27, 28, and 29 beginning at 7:00 pm each evening at the Lakeside Christian Center. It is a place where the “treetops glisten” and “all is merry and bright!”
Again this year, the returning counselors of Camp Metigoshe will be joined by special guests for a combined Christmas program of music, laughter, and worship. The night will be highlighted by the beautiful sight of thousands of lights hanging in the trees. With the hectic pace of the Christmas holiday behind us, we will slow down to appreciate the gift God gave us in a manger in Bethlehem.
Plan to join us for one or all three nights this Christmas season. No tickets required; each evening a free-will offering will be taken for the continuing ministry of the camp.
The Century III and volunteer appreciation banquet will be Thursday, December 28.
SPECIAL MUSICAL GUESTS:
December 27-Bottineau Melodies – This local group joins together to form a beautiful quartet performing an eclectic mix of music. Members include Dianna Bullinger, Kerry Olson, Jaque Marum and Leah Benson.
Rinat Mouzafarov Classical Ballet Company – Classical ballet dancers will be performing to some well-known tunes as well as an incredible ballet on skis. A performance you won’t want to miss!
December 28–Tigirlily –On Thursday night, we are honored to have North Dakota’s own, Tigirlily performing on our stage. Nashville recording artists, Kendra and Krista, combine distinctive talents to comprise this genre-bending duo. This is sure to be a night of great music for all ages.
December 29 – Silver and Strings Duo – This duo is comprised of flutist, Tara Troxel, and guitarist, Jerry Rosin. Both are students at NDSU’s Challey School of Music. These two musical talents combine to bring us some outstanding instrumental music for the evening. Tara has been a counselor at Camp Metigoshe for the past three summers.
Dakota Drifters – A quartet made up of home grown, self-taught musicians who play a variety of country, gospel, rock-a-billy and even some rock and roll. The group is comprised of Dick and Brenda Johnson, Carl Kannianen, and Toby Nelson.
If you have any questions regarding the Nights of Christmas performances, please call our office at 263-4788. We look forward to seeing you as we continue to celebrate the Christmas season!

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