Christmas At The Courthouse School Performances Continue Next Week

Friday, December 6, 2019
Loftis Middle School performs during Christmas at the Courthouse
Loftis Middle School performs during Christmas at the Courthouse

The annual Christmas at the Courthouse concert series showcase will continue next week with student ensembles from 11 more Hamilton County Schools set to perform.

“This decades-old tradition for Hamilton County Government recognizes public servants and elected officials with sounds of the season provided by students from elementary, middle, and high schools in Hamilton County Schools,” said Claire Stockman, arts director for the school district.

Each concert will take place within the historic walls of the “old” Hamilton County Courthouse.  There will be a concert each weekday Monday through Friday with concerts starting each day at 11 a.m. 

Monday - Hunter Middle & Wallace A. Smith Elementary
Tuesday - East Ridge Middle and High & Spring Creek Elementary
Wednesday - East Hamilton High & Ooltewah High
Thursday - Brainerd High & Tyner Academy
Friday - Central High & Wolftever Creek Elementary


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