Christmas at the OK Corral comes to EW

Staff Writer Kate Wehlann

Christmas is best in the west, or so the townsfolk of Snowy Gulch say, but when Bubble Gum Bart threatens to cover the town in bubble gum if they continue to celebrate Christmas, the citizens call upon some help from Good Saint Nick himself. He sends the Candy Cane Kid and Ginger the reindeer to sort out the situation and help Snowy Gulch celebrate Christmas without the fear of sticky goo.

You can see what happens this evening at 6:30 p.m. in the East Washington Performing Arts Center as the Elementary Rhythm and Rhyme performers act out the story. The musical lasts between 20 and 30 minutes and admission is free. However, Rhythm and Rhyme is collecting shelf-safe food items to donate to the Washington County Food Bank and would appreciate donations from the audience.


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