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Open House Every Thursday In July


Female singers of all ages who would like to learn about 4-part, a cappella music are invited to join Chisholm Trail Chorus every Thursday night in July at 6:45 p.m. at the Cultural Activities Center, 3011 North 3rd St. in Temple, during a month-long “Freedom Sings” Open House. Admission is free.


“Harmonize The World” is the theme of Sweet Adelines International, which promotes barbershop harmony through education, competition and performance for its 23,000 members in 500 choruses throughout the U.S. and the world. Each rehearsal is packed with music education to hone vocal production and choreography skills, and guest coaches are hired to enrich members throughout the year.


Any woman who can hold her own part and stay in pitch is invited to audition. All members say that singing while dancing keeps them mentally and physically limber.


The non-profit chorus performs across Central Texas at a variety of venues, including assisted living centers, nursing homes, Temple Mall and Santa Fe Depot. The women also compete annually against Sweet Adeline choruses from throughout Texas, Louisiana and Alabama and have won numerous medals over the past 35 years. Members live in Temple, Belton, Troy, Little River, Rogers, Lometa, Kempner, Hamilton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Georgetown and Austin.

Temple Mayor Declares July “Sweet Adeline Month”


TEMPLE – Temple Mayor Danny Dunn has proclaimed the month of July “Sweet Adelines International Month” and will recognize Chisholm Trail Chorus during a special presentation July 6 at the Cultural Activities Center, 3011 North Third Street in Temple. The ceremony will begin around 7:30 p.m.


An award-winning performing ensemble, Chisholm Trail Chorus of Sweet Adelines International is open to all women of singing ability and is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2017 as a fixture in the Temple performing arts community. Sweet Adelines International has 23,000 members and 500 chapters in 14 countries.