The word "singing" is usually a verb but to the Amish it's a noun!
Amish young people meet on Sunday evenings, usually on the family farm where Church service was held that morning. As soon as chores are finished, they hitch up their fastest horse and hurry to meet up with all their friends and sing hymns. These gatherings are called Singings. The best part of the evening is giving the girl of your choice a buggy ride home, if she accepts your invitation.
My wife and I were out for a Sunday drive a few weeks ago and came across the location of one of these Singings. We could hear the beautiful sound of Amish young folk's singing, coming from a large machine shed on a scenic Amish farm. We didn't take a picture of that side of the road because there were a few people out in the yard, that didn't seem polite. So we took a picture opposite the farm, of these buggies.
Just a half-mile away we took this picture. So you can see what a spectacular evening it was!