White Horse gives a tuneful gift to the community



White Horse Black Mountain and owner Bob Hinkle are putting on their annual Christmas Eve singalong again this year.

In some families there’s a tradition of opening one present on Christmas Eve. So, on Sunday, Christmas Eve at 7 p.m., the White Horse Black Mountain family will be presenting a tuneful gift in the form of its free annual Community Concert and Carol Sing in a listening room decked out for the season. 

Music will be shared by Marcel Anton, Richard Shulman, Tracey Schmidt, Linda Go and Bob Hinkle. The show is free.

The evening culminates with a community carol singalong guaranteed to generate a warm glow on a cold night. Lyrics will be provided for those with less than perfect memories.

"Our Christmas Eve show is a gift to our community in thanks for their wonderful support for the White Horse through the year," White Horse owner Bob Hinkle said. "It's our way of saying Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.  All are welcome.  If the evening goes as it has in the past, you're just about guaranteed to walk out with a lot more holiday spirit than you walked in with."