Immerse yourself in the enchanting melodies of the Centerville Community Band as they bring the holiday spirit to life at Carillon Park. The video captures the magic of their performance, from classic tunes like “White Christmas” to the heartwarming narration of “The Night Before Christmas,” the band’s rendition is a timeless celebration that echoes through the beautiful ballroom. The dynamic synergy between the band and the Centerville Community Chorus, adds an extra layer of joy, making this holiday concert a must-watch for anyone seeking festive cheer and musical brilliance.
Beyond the music, the video unveils the wonder of Carillon Park itself, with dazzling lights illuminating the park, a festive train ride, and the delightful ambiance that embodies the holiday season. The camaraderie and energy radiating from both performers and audience create a heartwarming atmosphere, making this event not just a concert but a community celebration. As the Centerville Community Band and Chorus invite us to sing along to “Jingle Bells” and bid farewell with a resounding “Jingle All the Way,” they encapsulate the true essence of Christmas joy.
Miami Valley Communications Council is a municipal communications and technology organization representing the eight member cities of Centerville, Germantown, Kettering, Miamisburg, Moraine, Oakwood, Springboro and West Carrollton. The council also has affiliate agreements with other Miami Valley cities. MVCC was formed in 1975 as a council of governments to monitor, regulate, and administer common cable television franchise agreements, manage the operation of the council's cable access television channels, and develop and implement intergovernmental projects designed to strengthen communications between member cities and their citizens. A policy-making body consisting of delegates representing member cities governs the council.
MVCC is funded through franchise fees paid by the cable service provider. Franchise fees are rent that the cable company pays for placing its wires over or under the public rights-of-way (streets.) MVCC uses these franchise fees to support its community access television activities, cooperative intergovernmental projects, and to explore new and changing technologies that will benefit member communities. The council, in turn, provides many services to our communities at little or no cost.