The period from Thanksgiving through the end of the year is rife with traditions — and for the past 35 years, one of the greatest traditions in Bryan-College Station has been the Feast of Carols at Bryan High School.

The Bryan High Choir is accepting reservations for its 36th Annual Feast of Carols, which will be presented Dec. 12, 13, 14 and 16. Tickets are $20 each and sell out quickly. Reservations may be made by calling Bryan High at 979-209-2400.

Feast of Carols is held in the Commons on the Blue Campus, starting at 7 p.m.

Bryan High Choir Director Alex Medlock said, “The holidays are such an important and joyous time. Feast of Carols gives the Bryan High Choir the opportunity to help usher in the spirit of the holiday season for our community.”

The evening begins with the arrival of diners, who are introduced by the Commons Crier. The full-course meal will include baked chicken, fresh garlic green beans, loaded potato soup, bread, cheese, grapes, wassail and dessert, served by choir members dressed in Renaissance attire.

Highlight of the evening always is a presentation of carols from the Renaissance on by the Bryan High Choir, also dressed in their finest Renaissance clothing.

Feast of Carols traces its roots to 1983, by John Hornbeck and Julie Birkner as a way to share the beauty if choral music with the community. The majority of the proceeds from the Feast go to Bryan High Choir senior scholarships.

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