‘Home for Christmas’ concert to benefit Wagoner animal rescue group

WAGONER, Okla. — It’s almost time for Yuletide cheer as the “Home For Christmas” holiday concert comes to the Wagoner Civic Center.

The music event will be helmed by Wagoner’s own Whitney Peters-Bradley, Tahelquah native Rachel Janelle Peters and Broken Arrow’s Adam J. Foreman, according to organizers.

The show is a benefit for the Wagoner Animal Guardian Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation through public education, adoption, foster homes, and spay-neuter programs. All proceeds from the show will go to WAGS.

Organizers say the concert will be held at the Wagoner Civic Center, Saturday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets to the show are only $5 and can be purchased at the Animal Clinic of Wagoner or can be bought at the door the evening of the show, organizers said. Patrons can also bring a bag of pet food to donate for their ticket.

For more information, visit the show’s official

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