BATH — The Hot Chocolate Jubilee’s seventh annual show, “Let the Good Times Roll,” has performances scheduled at 7 p.m. April 4-6, and 2 p.m. April 7, at the Chocolate Church Arts Center.
A community variety show, the jubilee lets people of all ages and walks of life strut their stuff while raising funds for the Chocolate Church, which dates to 1847.
Elementary school-age gymnasts from the Bath Area YMCA, retirees, working mothers and college students are among the performers. The first-time music director is Neil James.
“I am impressed by the community spirit, range of age groups and the level of talent,” the Lewiston resident said in a press release. “The volunteer chorus provides an opportunity for people who love to sing to give their time to support an important regional arts center.”