Living Nativity in N. Stonington

Peter Kirmmse, 6, dressed as an angel, practices walking without tripping on his gown as Gabe Dobley, 10, dressed as a shepherd, looks on before a living Nativity on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, at the  Congregational Church of North Stonington.  The annual event featured live animals and a children's pageant with music by  the Youth Choir and the Senior Choir.

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