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$1,560 raised in three hours during Sounds of the Season 2017

Relive the incredible live Sounds of the Season show from TheMuseum in downtown Kitchener.
The Blue Sky Singers sang four Indigenous songs as part of the show. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)

In the first three hours of CBC K-W's Sounds of the Season fundraiser, $1,563 was raised for The Food Bank of Waterloo Region.

It was generously donated by people attending the annual kick-off show at TheMuseum in downtown Kitchener.

Take a trip down memory lane with us and check out these photos.

The Morning Edition host Craig Norris at Sounds of the Season 2017.
Ambre McLean performs a song for the crowd at Sounds of the Season 2017. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
The Food Bank of Waterloo Region executive director Wendi Campbell talks to The Morning Edition host Craig Norris about the need they see at this time of year. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
The Twin City Harmonizers were back this year to delight the crowd and listeners with their barbershop-style songs. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
Six-year-old Anna Puopolo chats with The Morning Edition host Craig Norris about her efforts to raise food and funds for The Food Bank of Waterloo Region. She's challenging her classmates to help and as of Friday, had already raised more than $1,000. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
Rick Guzik leads the crowd in Jingle Bells as part of a sing-a-long at Sounds of the Season. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
Seats filled up quickly for CBC K-W's annual Sounds of the Season kick-off show at TheMuseum in downtown Kitchener. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
Kat Rogers-Hern offered some book and beer pairings to help you get through the winter months. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
Jody O'Malley and Kirstie Herbstreit, owners of The Culinary Studio in Kitchener's Belmont Village, served up their version of shepherd's pie using items that may be found in an emergency hamper from The Food Bank of Waterloo Region (Kate Bueckert/CBC)
Ambre McLean served as the house musician for our Sounds of the Season kick-off and performed holiday favourites and original music. (Kate Bueckert/CBC)

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