Valentine’s fundraiser for the food bank

Variety Show at the Little Red Church

Elanor Bukach

Student intern

Head down to the Little Red Church on Feb. 13  from 7-10 p.m. for the Valentine Musical Variety Show, a night of dancing and music.

This event will be catered with coffee, tea and goodies.

As part of this event’s purpose is to raise money for the food bank, donations of non-perishable foods are appreciated.

There will be a variety of music played including jazz, country, folk, rock ‘n roll and more.

Musicians including Jess Lee, Blue Calico, Alan Josul, Andy Lorimer, The Ryder Hawkins Trio, Jerry Karagianis and many more will be in attendance.

Tickets are available for $10 from various locations across the Comox Valley, or $12 at the door.

Tickets are available for purchase in Comox at Blue Herron Books, The Komox Grind and Red Carpet Boutique & Antiques.

In Courtenay, they can be purchased at House of Colour (Benjamin Moore Paint Store) and The Laughing Oyster Book Store.

In Cumberland, buy them at the Cumberland Grind.

 

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