Tonight: Matt Morris, Jen Korte, John Common and more at Casselman's

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Though the sound of Wham's "Last Christmas" may have you wishing it was 2011 already, there is hope. Tonight, Matt Morris -- along with Jen Korte, John Common, Rob Drabkin and a handful of other smiling local faces -- will be singing holiday songs at Casselman's for the "Something in a Pear Tree" Toys for Tots Holiday drive.

With the donation of a new toy, admission is just $5. If you don't feel inclined to deal with anymore Christmas shopping, don't sweat it -- you can still catch the show for $15. With over a dozen performers sharing the stage for this holiday giving-themed evening, the price is right, not to mention you could be helping make someone else's winter season a little brighter. The "Something in a Pear Tree" Toys for Tots Holiday drive show is $5-15 and is 21 and up. Doors open at 8 p.m., show begins at 9 p.m.

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