BOOTHBAY HARBOR — The Opera House wraps up the 2017 season with an invitation to all to join in the holiday potluck and carol sing on Wednesday, Dec. 20.

Under the watchful eye of technical director and set designer Kevin Kiley, the historic Opera House has been transformed into a holiday wonderland. The stage and the performance hall are decked out with greenery and twinkling lights and serve as the perfect backdrop for potluck dinner guests.

The music performed on stage will close out the evening. In addition to Kiley on piano, the lead vocalists for the carol sing include seasoned musical theater talents John Adams, Devin Dukes, Lynn McGhee and Tommy Waltz. Dinner guests are encouraged to join in the singing.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with the potluck dinner beginning at 6. The holiday performance and carol sing will begin at 6:45, and community members unable to attend the potluck portion of the evening are encouraged to stop by to enjoy the musical portion of the night.

Bring an ample main, side, salad or dessert to share with friends and neighbors. Please do not bring breads. Guests are also asked to bring a plate and eating utensils in an effort to reduce the amount of trash created by piles of paper plates and plastic forks.

In addition to being a celebration of community and the holiday season, the evening also marks the final official Opera House event for box office manager Millie Santiago. Millie is retiring from the Opera House at the end of this year. Community members are encouraged to stop by and take a moment to thank her for her many years serving as, perhaps, the most cheerful member of the Opera House team. New box office manager Kim Keller begins in January 2018.

For additional information on the holiday potluck or upcoming Dough Ball and Gingerbread Spectacular (Dec. 15-17), call 633-6855, or visit the Opera House, 86 Townsend Ave.