Boar's Head Festival
The Boar’s Head Festival is a colorful ceremony of Christmastide and Epiphany has been celebrated since the Middle Ages in England, as early as 1340 at Queen’s College in Oxford. The entertainment offered as part of the festivities includes a Boar’s Head Procession. The presentation of the Boar’s Head signifies the triumph of the Christ Child over sin. The main story is an elaborate re-staging of the Nativity Story with a Madrigal Singers and soloists. Special guests include the King and Queen, and the Lord or Lady of Misrule.
Future Dates: The next Boar's Head will be on January 11, 2020 at 7:00 pm. If you would like to join in the fun, there will be a meeting & opportunity to ask questions and sign up to use your gifts and talents after the 10 a.m. service on August 4th. There are 2 rehearsals plus the dress rehearsal.
Cost: Free (Donations accepted)
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