The College’s John L. Hill Chapel always hosts a cornucopia of musical events at this time of year, but two in one day?! Take note: The annual SNATS Musical Parody Concert is at 11 a.m., Tuesday (Nov. 15) and a Beach Boys tribute band out of Columbus will entertain with “Surf’s Up” that night at 8.

Here’s the remainder of the performing arts schedule on campus for this semester. And, if you could use a good laugh, better order your tickets for the original comedy “Merry Freaking Christmas” soon! Our College Maskrafters will be putting YOU on over two consecutive weekends – Dec. 2-4 and Dec. 9-11 – in the Lab Theatre.

Nov. 15 – SNATS Musical Parody Concert. Student National Association of Teachers of Singing (SNATS) annual fundraiser to raise money for vocal competition entry fees. Professors from the Music Department present a wide variety of quirky musical styles, composers, instrumentation, etc. 11 a.m. John L. Hill Chapel. $2.

Nov. 15 – “Surf’s Up.” A Beach Boys tribute band out of Columbus, OH. A Foust Artist Series event. 8 p.m. John L. Hill Chapel. Senior citizens $8, adults $10, students $5.

Nov. 21 – Georgetown College Tiger Symphonic Band Fall Anniversary Concert. Celebrating the 167th year of Band at Georgetown, this event will  feature works by Grainger, Margolis, Whitacre, de Haan and Sousa. Dewey L. Creech, Tuba, is the featured Student Soloist. 8 p.m. John L. Hill Chapel, Giddings Circle, Georgetown College. Price of admission is a canned or processed food offering for Scott County’s AMEN House.

Dec. 1  – Hanging of the Green. 7 p.m., This annual holiday service in Hill Chapel is followed by carols in Giddings Circle.

Dec. 2-4 and Dec. 9-11 – “Merry Freaking Christmas!” Georgetown College Maskrafters revive their irreverent look at one of our favorite holidays. 8 p.m. nightly. Ruth Pearce Wilson Lab Theatre, Mulberry & College streets, Georgetown College. $3 students, $5 adults.  Tickets will be available through the College bookstore at (502) 863-8134, and at the door.

Dec. 4 – Georgetown College “Messiah” Sing. Combined choirs. 3 p.m. John L. Hill Chapel.