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Bonnie Grice And The Dickens Carolers Are Making Spirits Bright

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Charles Dickens'

Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" was a ghost story, as many Christmas stories were in the Victorian era.

Bonnie Grice and The Dickens Carolers in previous years

Bonnie Grice and The Dickens Carolers in previous years BOOTS ON THE GROUND THEATER

Bonnie Grice and The Dickens Carolers in previous years

Bonnie Grice and The Dickens Carolers in previous years BOOTS ON THE GROUND THEATER

Bonnie Grice and The Dickens Carolers in previous years.BOOTS ON THE GROUND THEATER

Bonnie Grice and The Dickens Carolers in previous years.BOOTS ON THE GROUND THEATER BOOTS ON THE GROUND THEATER

The Dickens Carolers in a previous year.

The Dickens Carolers in a previous year. BOOTS ON THE GROUND THEATER

The Dickens Carolers performing at Southampton Cultural Center's virtual holiday event. From left, Ken Dorph, Rachel DeMasi, Paul DeMasi, Bonnie Grice, Ryan Hayes, Adriana Satornino, Jessie Haynes.

The Dickens Carolers performing at Southampton Cultural Center's virtual holiday event. From left, Ken Dorph, Rachel DeMasi, Paul DeMasi, Bonnie Grice, Ryan Hayes, Adriana Satornino, Jessie Haynes. BERNIE FURSHPAN

Krampus was a Victorian-era Christmas demon who was said to punish naughty children.

Krampus was a Victorian-era Christmas demon who was said to punish naughty children.

England, December, 1848: The Royal Christmas tree is admired by Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their children.

England, December, 1848: The Royal Christmas tree is admired by Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their children.

Victorian Christmas cards often had less than uplifting sentiments.

Victorian Christmas cards often had less than uplifting sentiments.

Victorian Christmas cards often had less than uplifting sentiments.

Victorian Christmas cards often had less than uplifting sentiments.

authorAnnette Hinkle on Dec 15, 2020
Editor's Note: This event has been cancelled per the Sag Harbor Historical Society. Bonnie Grice is fascinated by history, especially the history of the Victorian era — that period in... more

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