Open house will be packed with fun

 

The Langley Community Music School (LCMS) is hosting a children’s variety show for its annual community day and open house. 

Take part in the free, fun-filled family event from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday. The variety show is at noon. 

Learn about LCMS programs, meet the faculty, enjoy refreshements, even try out instruments.

The school also presents the LCMS Fiddlers in concert at the Rose Gellert Hall on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Andrea Taylor, Vancouver Canucks official fiddler, LCMS faculty member, and leader of the LCMS Fiddlers invites people to celebrate the violin’s cousin at the evening event. 

“They will be reeling and jigging their way through a selection of Old Time, Celtic, Country and Slavic music,” she said.

The Fiddlers will be backed-up by Dan Ross on guitar, Tim Stacey on bass,  and Mike Michalkow on drums. 

Admission to the LCMS Fiddlers concert is by donation and both events will be at 4899 207 St.

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