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The Third Annual Jingle Bell Jamboree, a family holiday concert, sing-a-long and toy drive, will take place Dec. 14 at 4 pm at the Old First Reformed Church (729 Carroll St. at Seventh Avenue) in Park Slope.

Performers include The Brooklyn Community Chorus, Brooklyn Technical High School Chorus, Spoke the Hub Dance, the Old First Men’s Group and the PS 321 Elementary School Chorus with a big finale sing-a-long, led by Jingle Bell Jam founder and producer Ethan Schlesser (pictured with Borough President Marty Markowitz in 2001), who began the jam "as a way to bring healing after the 9-11 tragedy."

Unwrapped toys will be collected by the Park Slope Civic Council as part of their ongoing holiday toy drive.

Suggested donation is $5, with proceeds going to non-profit arts organizations that provide services to the community, according to Schlesser. For more information, call (917) 514-4591.
Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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