Sing, support Puerto Rico hurricane victims today with the Boston Caroling Mob

Featured photo credit: Boston Caroling Mob

This is a short-notice post, because I just learned about it. Today, at 4-6 p.m., more than 100 volunteer carolers will gather at the Jackson Street T (subway) station on the Orange Line in Boston to sing in the neighborhood. If the weather conditions are terrible, they’ll sing in the train cars.

Anyone is welcome to join this Boston Caroling Mob. Simply show up at the Jackson T stop, wear extra layers to stay warm, and bring a light to read the sheet music provided. If the weather is good, carolers will meet under the roof just outside the Jackson Street subway station; otherwise, they’ll gather on the subway platform.

The event is free, but donations will be accepted to buy supplies to support the Puerto Rico hurricane victims.

This is the fourteenth year of the Boston Caroling Mob, which is organized by Jamaica Plain resident Joel Sindelar.

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