Hubbard Hall Proudly Presents Two Huge Holiday Events in December

Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education announces two huge holiday events in the month of December, The Annual Holiday Breakfast on December 7 and The Coig Christmas Show on December 15.  

The Annual Holiday Breakfast:
The Balkans

Saturday, December 7 at 9 and 11 am
at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY

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Our annual holiday celebration at Hubbard Hall focuses on a different country or a set of countries each year and the ways people in these cultures celebrate the holidays. This year we explore the culture and food of the Balkans.  Admission: $13 Adults/$8 Students 21 and Under/Age 5 & Under FREE

A Coig Christmas

Sunday, December 15 at 6 pm

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After a sold out concert last year at the Hall and a hit tour throughout the UK, Coig returns to Hubbard Hall with their addictive style of fun, thrilling acoustic Celtic music from Nova Scotia in a brand new Christmas show!  This Christmas-themed concert will include classics like Silent Night and White Christmas in Coig’s signature style, while also featuring great Celtic holiday tunes.  Fun for the whole family!

Admission: $25 Adults/$10 Students 21 and Under. Beer and Wine Bar available at an extra cost with ID .

Còig, one of Atlantic Canada’s premiere traditional groups, is an ensemble of East Coast musicians. In one explosive coming together, what was once solo acts on stage has amalgamated into one electrifying super group, picked as Penguin Eggs magazine’s 2014 #1 New Discovery internationally. With driving tunes, haunting songs, and infectious energy, Còig is an unparalleled musical force. Còig is a folk music group from Nova Scotia and is one of today’s most exciting new North American Celtic groups.

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