Since Greenfield School will be unable to have their traditional Christmas Music Program this year, they are getting creative. The plan is to have a night of music filling the streets of Fairfield.
The students will perform in groups.
Each group will have their own trailer set up with hay/straw bales and decorations if they choose to do so. Each group will have prepared a few classic holiday songs to perform. On Thursday December 17th at 6:30 p.m. each group will depart from the Fairfield High School parking lot and go north on 7th Street to Front Range Assisted Living. Each group will perform one song while parked in front of Front Range so the residents there can enjoy some holiday spirit. From there they will head south on 6th Street and they will stop near the park and swimming pool to allow anyone parked there to hear a song. From there, the routes will vary, and each group will continue through residential areas in Fairfield as long as the weather allows for the comfort and safety of the students.
If weather does not allow us to do this on December 17th, we are planning on December 21st as a backup date.
The goal is to share a positive musical experience for the community and give the students a chance to show what they have been practicing. Please follow all town traffic and parking laws and be courteous to your neighbors in Fairfield. We are encouraging everyone to follow appropriate physical distancing guidelines to stay safe and healthy while viewing the “parade.”
If you have a trailer and/or hay bales we can use for the evening, please call the school at 467-2433 and let us know in the office as soon as possible.
If you are willing to pull the trailer, you will get to hear your child(ren) perform all over town. We will provide more information as the date gets closer. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Toeckes through the phones numbers provided in the letter or call the school office.