Choir group to serenade Dickinson with Christmas cheer

The Prairie Rose Chorus will perform their Christmas concert Dec. 4.

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DICKINSON — The Prairie Rose Chorus will perform “A Warm and Fuzzy Christmas Sing,” in St. John's Lutheran Church on Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. The chorus, which is a member of Sweet Adeline's International, has been hosting this holiday tradition for several years.

During the Christmas season, the chorus invites women to try out barbershop singing. According to a press release, this year Prairie Rose Chorus has four guests singing with them.

Another jolly addition to this year’s sing is a collaboration with the Dakota Horizons Girl Scout Troop 85120. The Prairie Rose Chorus spent time working with the troop in November, showing them what barbershop singing was like. During that time, they learned “Three Carols for Christmas” and “Christmas Chopsticks” and will sing with the chorus. They also earned their Sweet Adeline's patches, which will be presented with them during the concert.

The event will also include group carol singing accompanied by Ken Lenz. Refreshments will be served following the performance.

The Prairie Rose Chorus has been a mainstay of the Dickinson community for more than 25 years. They recently were able to have their coach from Minneapolis in a face to face meeting for the first time in 3 years. In April, the chorus plans to compete in the regional convention in Rochester. They will be accepting donations to help with expenses associated with the venture, and are grateful for the support. To learn more, visit their website at or email

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