The Willie Stewart Family and Friends Christmas Show on Dec. 11 has become an annual tradition at the Many Community Center.
There’s one big change to this year’s show. It will start an hour earlier – at 6 P.M, instead of 7. Willie thought it was a good idea to move the time up by an hour, “since it gets dark so early, and folks like to get home by 9 o’clock”.
Even though some posters and fliers had already been distributed that show the starting time at 7, Willie wants to get the word out that the show will now begin at 6 p.m. on Dec. 11.
The Stewart Family features Willie, his wife Debbie, his son Bo, his grandson Kelly, and his granddaughter- in- law Clancey. Their friends, the talented father and son team, Steve and Mark Birdwell from Marthaville, and the Stewarts’ talented friend Laurie Gentry will also entertain and join the Stewarts in putting on a Christmas show that will long be remembered.
Willie said the band has already been practicing this fall, and he’s confident that this year’s Christmas show will be the best one of all. This will be the third Christmas show presented at the Community Center. The Stewarts presented their first Christmas show in 2018. Then came the second in 2019. 2020 was cancelled because of the COVID virus. This year the Stewarts and their friends are delighted to return with “the best show of all” according to Willie.
Once again, admission is free, a Christmas gift from Mayor Robert Hable, the Many City Council and the Many Cultural District Committee.
Concessions are available and donations to the Community Center are greatly appreciated.
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