Let's look at the positive side of things. We're spending more time at home. Ordering in. Spending more time with the kids. Enjoying the holidays a little more intimately this year and that's not such a bad thing.

With all this new together time and restrictions from the pandemic, we're having to find new ways to entertain ourselves and the family. There's movie nights, game nights, theme nights, pizza night, etc. You get the idea.

We're also doing a lot of things virtually. Zoom meetings, virtual holidays and birthdays, school. The computer has almost become another family member because we're spending so much time with and on it.

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Let's talk about what you've been missing while staying safe and at home. Definitely movies, sporting events, and SHOWS! This past season at The Wharton Center was supposed to have been amazing. While a lot of shows were cancelled or postponed, a lot have ben rescheduled for 2021 and beyond. Take a look at upcoming events HERE.

Now let's combine all that together time, come up with at theme like Celtic Christmas, make it virtual with the Wharton Center, everyone get dressed up (or down if you like...it's your house and your party) and what do we have?

A Celtic Family Christmas At Home with Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy 

It's a virtual performance for you and the family this Friday night from the comfort of your living room. Watch it on your computer or run it through the sound system and watch it on your T.V.

Natalie MacMaster, together with husband Donnell Leahy and their seven children, will be celebrating Christmas virtually this year! For decades, they have toured extensively at Christmas, but this year marks their most unique one, taking the stage to their home! They will spend just over an hour sharing much of their music and culture, Christmas traditions, and general real-life family dynamic in the comfort of their own home. They will share their music, do some dancing, some singing, some baking, talk about Christmas memories past and even have their band join them for a couple of virtual performances! Given their children’s ages and personalities, there will be many candid moments along the way. (Wharton Center)

From the comfort of their home with their family to you and yours.

Tickets for the virtual performance are just $20 and you can stream it into your house Friday night (December 11th) at 8 pm.

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