CHINOOK — The Bayside Singers concert orginally set for Oct. 22 has been moved to Nov. 19. The program starts at 2:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon in the Chinook Event Center. Director Barbara Poulshock is interspersing duet and trio vocal numbers with the 40-person choral selections. One group of songs is for women’s voices, while male voices will be featured in the rousing Boatman Song. Some of the other choral numbers, like Sole Deo and Simple Gifts are long-time favorites. Spirituals and ballads, including “Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning” and “The Storm is Passing Over”, are popular with Bayside audiences. Pianist Barbara Bate is the group’s accompanist. Poulshock is well-known for her compositions and arrangements, and one of the program selections is of special interest. “In My Garden” contains words and music by her son, Joseph Poulshock, with Barbara the arranger. It describes the joy of gardens, nature’s gifts, and “the fragrance of delight.” Other program numbers for which Barbara has written the arrangements are the Scottish ballad “Loch Lomond” and “Till the Wind Gets Right.” The program includes an intermission when coffee and refreshments will be available for purchase. There is no admission charge for the concert, but freewill offerings will be accepted.
Call 665-4373 for more information.