Western Hoedown is Saturday in Aldergrove

Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation is hosting the sixth annual event.

Spend an afternoon on the farm at the Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation sixth annual Western Hoedown on Aug. 13.

From 1 to 5:50 p.m., people can enjoy live music. On the bill are Rick Chadwick and Nigel Tucker, and Darlene Cozard and Friends.

The family event also features a petting zoo, kids’ games, a silent auction, a ticket draw auction, horseback riding, draws, a toonie toss and more.

Organizers ask that people do not bring pets nor alcohol.

For information and tickets, call 778-278-3697 or pick up tickets at the foundation thrift shop, 20631 Fraser Hwy. The event is in South Aldergrove.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children six to 15. The price includes goodies (hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken burgers or chili).


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