A&nbsp;free, digital version of the Burnie Carols by Candlelight songbook will be available for download&nbsp;for the first time in the event’s history. The move reflects&nbsp;increased adoption of mobile devices and&nbsp;provides&nbsp;a backup if hard copy songbooks sell out, said event management team member Megan Burton. “We're just progressing along as everyone is changing,” Mrs Burton said. “I've seen (Burnie Carols) go from actual fire and wax candles and&nbsp;lots of paper booklets, to the lights, lots of screens and now&nbsp;digital songbooks.” Attendees can still buy hard copies of the songbook and&nbsp;are encouraged to make a donation if they use the digital version, which will be available&nbsp;at&nbsp;www.facebook.com/burniecarols. The 2017 Burnie Carols by Candlelight will be held in Burnie Park on Sunday Dozens of&nbsp;local performers are involved in this year’s event including singer-songwriter Peter Shurley, rock and roll singer Kitty Martini and members of the&nbsp;Encore Performing Arts Studio. “It’s an impressive cast once again,” Mrs Burton said. Mrs Burton has attended&nbsp;Burnie Carols by Candlelight her whole life and said she loved the community spirit of the event. “It’s really important this time of year&nbsp;that the whole community comes&nbsp;together, stops,&nbsp;sings and reflects in such a beautiful place like Burnie Park,” she said. Burnie Carols by Candlelight will kick off with entertainment at 7pm, with the carols&nbsp;starting at 8.15pm. City Mission will run a BBQ&nbsp;and glows sticks, candles and other items will be sold at the merchandise tent.