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Lounge Act Monday: It's Oh So Quiet


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There aren't a ton of options for this Monday eve, but here are few to get you out of the house.---

Larry Miller's long-standing tradition of a Christmas Carol Singalong at EnergySolutions Arena continues Monday night at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. A 30-piece orchestra will provide the tunes, the fans will provide the voices and the late Jazz owner's family will provide gifts and tasty treats (while they last, so get there early). 

The Cathedral of the Madeleine is also hosting a holiday music hoedown, with the resident choir delivering the goods at 8 p.m. both Monday and Tuesday.

Hoops fans can go to the Huntsman Center and cheer the Runnin' Utes to a potential second-straight win. And for anyone paying attention to the Utes this year, you know that's borderline-miracle we're talking about. The Utes play the University of Portland at 7 p.m.