Tidewater Trader July 21, 2021 Page 36 Queen Anne’s Chorale is pleased to announce its 33 rd season with the Fall 2021 semester. Monday night rehearsals begin September 13 th at Centreville UMC, 608 Church Hill Road. Each semester begins with an “Open House” to welcome new and re- turning singers. Registration starts at 6:30pm, with rehearsal at 7pm and ending with a brief social. Regular 7pm-9pm weekly rehearsals resume September 20 th and run through November 29 th . Participants will be preparing repertoire for concerts on the weekend of Decem- ber 4 th & 5 th , with a Community Service Concert planned for Monday evening, December 6 th . The theme is “A Family Christmas”. Selections include old favor- ites such as “Silver Bells” and “Winter Wonderland”, fun pieces such as “Mele Kalikimaka”, “You’re a Mean One, Mister Grinch” and “Nutcracker Jingles”, along with other holiday standards that all ages will enjoy. Each concert includes the Select Ensemble, a traditional audience sing-along, and other special music. The Chorale’s 32 nd season (2020-2021) featured a series of December radio broadcasts on WCEI achieved through on-line rehearsals, spring semester monthly webinars focused on various singing skills, and just concluded with an in-person Summer Semester. Queen Anne’s Chorale is an all-volunteer, non-auditioned community chorus with the motto “Entertaining, Engaging, Educating since 1989”. The ability to read music is helpful, but not required. All singers should be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 to maintain safety for everyone. Masks are optional. Queen Anne’s Chorale is supported in part through grants from the United Way of Queen Anne’s County, the Queen Anne’s County Centre for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cul- tural community where the arts thrive. For more information, please visit the webpage www.qachorale.org. S end an email to email@example.com wi th any questions. Queen Anne’s Chorale Fall Season Practice Starts in September 1/2 Cup Packed Light Brown Sugar 1-1/2 Tsp All Purpose Flour 3 Tbsp Unsalted Butter, chopped 1/2 Cup Pecans 2 Tbsp Quick Cooking Tapioca 1/2 Cup Sugar 1/4 Tsp Cinnamon 1/8 Tsp Nutmeg 4-1/3 Cups Sliced, Peeled Peaches (about 8-10) 1/4 Tsp Vanilla Mix brown sugar and flour in a bowl. Cut in butter until mixture is crumbly. Stir in pecans. Chill, covered, in the refrigerator. Combine tapi- oca, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, peaches and vanilla in a bowl. Let stand 10 minutes. Spoon peach pie filling in a pastry shell (see recipe in this issue). Sprinkle with pecan topping over the top. Bake at 425˚F in the lower third of the oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown. Remove and cool on a wire rack. Who's Cookin’ With Carla? 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