Caroling in the Village

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: December 12, 2011

Every Christmas my sister and I turn into the biggest suckers for all of those semi-cheesy, heart-warming Christmas Hallmark movies. We’ve sort of developed a tradition of watching all of our favorites each Christmas accompanied with a warm bag of popcorn and giant Mainecoon cat Leo to warm our sides. If I were to choose my favorite Hallmark movie, hands down it would be “The Christmas Cottage.” The movie follows the early life of painter, Thomas Kinkade in his hometown of Placerville, California. Between the streetlights, carolers, Christmas pageants, and family dinners this movie leaves you feeling all geared up for the Christmas season and all the love that comes with it. This Christmas, in our own small town of Cochranville, Pennsylvania, Honeycroft Village will embody a little Christmas spirit and love as well. December 20th from 7-9 pm the 5th grade class from Assumption Blessed Virgin Mary School in West Grove will be caroling through the community. So leave those light posts on if you would like to hear beautiful little voices carol a little Christmas cheer!