WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Over at the Irish Cultural Center of Western New England carolers are spreading holiday cheer through song. The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.

Sunday night, the Irish Cultural Center presented their Christmas caroling series for the month of December. The Tavern Carolers is a musical group with fifteen singers from choirs in local churches across Western Massachusetts. These singers lend their voices to help people get into the holiday spirit. The carolers believe that during this time of the year it’s important to come together and celebrate. From tunes like frosty the snowman to Rudolph the red nose reindeer the community uniting through song and good company

“The world is busy people are getting older in life people have illnesses people have problems but Christmas spirit kind of changes that a lot and when you have good music and good singers and good food with your friends that kind of changes a lot,” Sean Cahillane President Irish Cultural Center told 22News.

“As always we want people to join us because singing is just a way of enjoying yourselves and that’s why we sing,” said Dave Climo Tavern Singers 

If you would like to come join in on the holiday festivities….the group’s next performance is on Wednesday December 7th at 5:30p.m. at the Irish Cultural Center in West Springfield.