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December 14, 6-8pmCCS Live NativityStripping away the glitz and glam that can dominate the holiday season, this year, CCS will be taking families, friends and community members back to the little town of Bethlehem, back tothe night when a King was born. Beginning inthe gymnasium and ending in the cafeteria with refreshments, the Live Nativity will take visitors through seven Biblical scenes that will give the audience a yearning to learn more about the Gospel. The Live Nativity will be held at Calhoun Christian School, located at 20 S. Woodrow Avenue in Battle Creek. For more information orto get involved, please contact the school office at (269) 965-5560.December 19, 5-7pmMaplewood of Marshall – AnnualHoliday Open HouseCome to Maplewood of Marshall and celebratethe Holidays with your family and friends. Visit our wonderful dessert stations and share in the holiday spirit. Maplewood of Marshall is located at 200 Westbrook Ct. Marshall (269) 781-4997.MUSIC and THEATERDecember 1, 7:30pmHome for the Holidays – BBBCJoin the internationally-recognized Brass Bandof Battle Creek as they come “Home for the Holi- days” on Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 7:30pm at W.K. Kellogg Auditorium in Battle Creek. Our 2018 Holiday Concert features a variety ofmusical gifts to warm your heart and brighten your evening. Classical, bluegrass, jazz, rock and roll, holiday classics and even a tango are among the selections that will be unwrapped for your listening pleasure. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the BBBC’s website,, or calling the Business Office at (269) 789-2222. Tickets start at just $20.00 and a student discount is available. We hope you’ll come “Home for the Holidays” with the Brass Band of Battle Creek!December 3, 3pmKCC/Community Music SchoolBand Holiday ConcertPerformance will be held on the KCC campus in the Binda Performing Arts Center, 450 North Ave., Battle CreekDecember 8, 7:30pmCeltic Christmas – W.K. Kellogg AuditoriumEnjoy award-winning Jeremy Kittel, Michigan’s favorite fiddler, violinist, and Celtic-influenced composer. Jeremy blazes through a Bach violin partita as easily as a Scottish reel, bringing the same intense focus and precision to both. This Kittel and Co. show features mandolin phenom Josh Pinkham (named “the future of the mando- lin” by Mandolin Magazine) and guitarist Quinn Bachand (who’s toured with fiddling icons Ashley MacIsaac and Natalie MacMaster). Vocalist Elizabeth June of Kalamazoo’s “The Founding” band will also join us. To order, please call (269) 963-1911 or visit celtic-christmas-december-8/.December 9, 3pmCereal City Concert Band – “Noel – Christmas Around the World”Founded in 1987, the Cereal City Concert Band (CCCB) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization, which consists of over 50 members, ranging from the ages of 17 to 80. The ensemble is comprised of musicians from the Battle Creek community and its surrounding areas. Performance will be held at the Pennfield Performing Arts Center, 8299 Pennfield Road, Battle Creek, MI. (269) 962-2153, 11, 7:30pmKCC Jazz Band Holiday ConcertPerformance will be held on the KCC campus in the Binda Performing Arts Center, 450 North Ave., Battle CreekDecember 29, 7pmThe Franke Center – Echos of Pink FloydThis eight piece band brings their highly acclaimed tribute show to The Franke Center’s Main stage for what promises to be an outstand- ing night of classic rock from one of the world’s most iconic and loved bands, Pink Floyd! Notonly a musical treat, the show also features a stunning laser light show that harkens back to the days of Pink Floyd’s legendary live tours. The chance to see this show in The Franke Center’s intimate theater should not be missed, and will be a great way to close out 2018! For more infor- mation please call (269) 789-9677 or visit www.◆ ◆ ◆— SOME OF OUR FAVORITES —• ZUM – all-natural soaps, lotions and rubs•Yala–bambooclothing• Aura Cacia – pure essential oils• SmartWool – best fitting socks ever!• StormyKromer–madein Michigan hats and apparelHappy HolidaysfromGreat selection of all-natural, recycled, sustainably sourced and Michigan made products!142 W. Michigan Ave., Downtown Marshall • 269-558-8080 • www.the-green-scene.com200 Westbrook Court, Marshall, MI 49068 269.781.4997 • Fx: 269.789.2289 • www.maplewoodofmarshall.com10 SCENE 4311 I CHARITABLE ISSUE

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