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If you go to Holiday Pops

- What: Holiday Pops, A Festive Occasion!, a night of music from the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra with guest singer Job Christenson, North Dakota Ballet Company, Combined Grand Cities Church Choir and Grand Cities Children's Choir.

- What: Holiday Pops, A Festive Occasion!, a night of music from the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra with guest singer Job Christenson, North Dakota Ballet Company, Combined Grand Cities Church Choir and Grand Cities Children's Choir.

- When and where: 7:30 p.m., Alerus Center Arena.

- Guest director and conductor: James Popejoy.

- Master of ceremonies: Terry Dullum, WDAZ news anchor.

- Tickets: $10, $5; available at the Alerus Center box office, ticketmaster.com.

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