Spencer, Philip to perform at FUNdraising family dance

The Saltwater School is hosting a FUNdraising family dance this Saturday.

The Saltwater School is hosting a FUNdraising family dance this Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Little Red Church at 2182 Comox Ave (across from the hospital).

Bring your grandma, grandpa, uncles, aunts, children, and grandchildren for this multi-generational shindig.

“We are very excited about having two top notch local musicians: Richard Spencer and Shane Philip provide the live dance music,” said event organizer Emma Hutchinson.

Spencer is a brilliant Comox Valley guitarist, songwriter and entertainer. As well as being a successful solo artist, he is also an intrinsic part of the band Mr. Completely and part-time frontman of the touring sensation Blues Berries: music for inspiring school children.

He has performed at many festivals in Vancouver including the Jazz, Folk, Storytelling, Children’s, and Illuminares Lantern festivals.

For details, visit richardspencer.ca.

Philip is a self-taught singer-songwriter who won the Vancouver Island Music award for Best Live Act last spring. Outfitting didgeridoo, guitar, vocals and various percussion instruments, he gets crowds up on the dance floor with his unique fusion of folk, reggae, blues and more.

Visit shanephilip.com for more.

The Saltwater School in Courtenay is an independent school with Waldorf-certified teachers providing the Waldorf curriculum. The Waldorf approach to education emphasizes the role of the imagination in learning, and develops thinking that is both creative and analytical.

For the 2013-14 school year, the Saltwater School offers a Parent and Tot program, Pre-school, multi-age Kindergarten, and Grades 1 to 5. The school is at 2311 Rosewall Cres. in the Tin Town area of Courtenay.

For more information, contact the school at 250-871-7777,  info@SaltwaterSchool.com or visit www.SaltwaterSchool.com.

— Saltwater School

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