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Love to Sing? Come Join the Wimberley
Community Chorus!
The Wimberley Community Chorus is open to all who love to sing. Member Registration will be open for the Winter Season after the July 4th Concerts!


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Wimberley First Baptist Church 
Performances:
July 4th, 1 & 4 pm 
Venue: 
First Baptist Church
15951 Winters Mill Pkwy
Wimberley, Texas

Please use the contact number on the Contact Us page for more information or just show up at the first rehearsal!  
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After all the excitement of the Annual Wimberley  Independence Day Parade you will want to sit inside in the A/C and enjoy a rousing 4th of July concert presented by the Wimberley Community Chorus and the Hill Country Community Band. Now in its 8th year, the concerts are at 1 and 4 pm at the First Baptist Church. Admission is free (donations accepted). We celebrate our country, its history and the patriots that defend it. 

The Director of the Chorus  for our summer concert, Edward Snouffer, is enjoying his nineteenth year of teaching in Eanes ISD and is proud to be the Head Director of the award winning Westlake High School Choir Program that has grown to include nearly 500 students.

Mr. Snouffer has received numerous honors throughout his teaching career including Lake Travis ISD Teacher of the Year, Texas Region XIII Teacher of the Year, multiple listings in Who’s Who of American Teachers, and five Golden Apple Awards presented by the Westlake student body.

Andrea Snouffer is the Head Choir Director at West Ridge Middle School in Eanes ISD, leading six award-winning choirs. Most recently, one of her choirs received the honor of being invited to perform at the annual Texas Music Educators Conference in San Antonio, and the national conference of the American Choral Directors Association in Salt Lake City, honors reserved for top performing groups in our state and in our country. 

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