The new concert series at the WindSong Housing Co-op site in Walnut Grove will feature Lemon Gin, a Vancouver folk duo that performed at the Princeton Traditional Music Festival this summer.
The concerts are open to the public and the next one is Dec. 7.
Simon Trevelyan is the driving force behind a new music series that will take place in Walnut Grove.
"A community that sings together, stays together," according to Trevelyan. "That's always been my belief. So it was a natural fit for me as a singer and song leader to encourage singing when I moved into WindSong co-housing this summer."
Over the past 20 years, Trevelyan has organized festivals, concerts, and open stages in Vancouver, and since coming to Langley, he has hosted several community musical events and started a choir for WindSong residents.
His recent and most ambitious project is a monthly concert series that will see performers, residents, and music lovers from outside WindSong Housing Coop come together for an evening of song.
Each event is currently planned for the first Friday of the month.
The first concert was Nov. 2 with Soft Focus, a duo fronted by Langley's own Marian Buechert that has appeared at community events such as the Rick Hansen Anniversary Celebrations in Douglas Park, Christmas in Williams Park, the Fort Langley Ceilidh, and You Gotta Have Friends.
WindSong Co-housing is at 20543 96th Ave. Admission to the concerts is by donation.
For more information, contact Simon Trevelyan at 604-888-8833 or firstname.lastname@example.org.