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Celebrate Christmas in music and drama with the 2010 Living Christmas Tree

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This weekend, December 10-12, 2010 the Riverdale Ministries present the 2010 Living Christmas Tree.

'The performances feature unforgettable music and drama complemented by a pre-show outdoor live nativity.' Come one hour before the presentation to see the live nativity. The tree itself is a 30-foot-tall steel structure that holds an 80-person choir who stand on wooden platforms bolted to the framework. It weighs over 2 tons, is held together by more than 800 steel bolts, and is all decked out for Christmas with greenery and thousands of lights programmed to complement the music.'

The theatrical presentation 'is a story adaptation of the beloved classic Christmas tale, “The Christmas Carol,” written by Charles Dickens titled, The Gospel According to Scrooge.'

Tickets are only $10.00 for adults and children and $9.00 for seniors ages 65 and over.

A great deal for an inspirational and fun evening which includes parking, hot chocolate and cookies, a live nativity (one hour before the show), music and drama.

For schedules, group rates and other information visit their website.

'Riverdale Baptist Church, initially founded as a mission outreach of the First Baptist Church of Hyattsville in 1926, was known then as the First Baptist Church of Riverdale.'

Their ministries include seniors, singles, Christian education, missions, women, youth and children.

'The Living Christmas Tree is presented in the auditorium at Riverdale Baptist Church, 1177 Largo Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774.'



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