The Forever Young choir get singing again as they prepare for their performance on September 17.
The choir meets weekly to practice and enjoy the company of others.
Forever Young has dramatically increased since its inception.
Founder Laura Dusseljee said being a part of the choir for a fourth year was really established now.
"We are making marvelous progress," she said.
"We are putting songs together a lot quicker, the harmonies are tighter and we can now do a more challenging repertoire."
This years ensemble includes classics from many different eras.
Richard Dole has been a member of the choir since the beginning.
"It is great for the comradeship and also the warm and fuzzy feelings," he said.
"I love meeting the new people.
"We get to play some of the songs I grew up and some that my children grew up with."
A newer member of the choir is Peter Gladman, he joined the group at the start of this year.
He said he was looking for a community choir to join after being a part of more formal choirs for the majority of his life.
"We sing contemporary songs and we share it with good company," he said.
"It is a privilege to perform with all of these people."