Winter Solstice Concert with WomEnchant in 2019



WomEnchant Winter Solstice Concert returns to Ball’s Falls to benefit Niagara Peninsula Conservation

On Wednesday, Dec. 20, Ball’s Falls Conservation Area will host a benefit concert in support of environmental conservation in the Niagara Peninsula watershed. The event will feature local musical group WomEnchant Chorus & Drummers, a community ensemble led by Artistic Director Laura Thomas.

WomEnchant performs music that promotes peace, social justice and respect for land, and demonstrates the power of sisterhood and song to make positive changes in their community and beyond. Their members come from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of musical experience and have attracted a loyal following.

“Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation is so pleased to collaborate with WomEnchant to bring back this wonderful event first held in 2019,” says NPCF Board Chair, Diana Huson. “We’re proud to celebrate community-driven cultural programming that fosters a love of nature, and to raise funds toward the continued preservation of our watershed. We look forward to sharing this special evening and welcoming the arrival of winter at our beautiful Centre for Conservation at Ball’s Falls.”  

The Winter Solstice Concert will begin at 7 p.m. and will include a silent auction. Tickets are $25, available in advance, online via ShowPass, or by calling the Ball’s Falls Conservation Area at 905-788-3135, ext. 330.

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About WomEnchant Chorus and Drummers:

WomEnchant is a community chorus of women’s voices that performs in support of events and organizations that raise funds and awareness about important issues in our world. Our music reflects our commitment to peace, equality and respect for all people. We actively support women composers, arrangers and performers.

About NPCF:

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation (NPCF) is a registered charity dedicated to raising funds to support the conservation of our natural environment for present and future generations. Donations to the Foundation help support conservation projects and programs that help address critical issues of climate change, municipal growth and the need for long-lasting improvements to the health of the watershed which spans the Niagara Peninsula, including parts of Hamilton and Haldimand County.

Questions related to the above release should be directed to:
Sharon Pfeifer, Development and Investor Relations Officer, NPCF
Mobile: 905-933-4189