Norman Foote will entertain at Isfeld School June 16.

Norman Foote in Courtenay for CVCDA fundraiser

June 16, 7 p.m. at Mark Isfeld School

Juno award winner Norman Foote is supporting the Comox Child Development Association with a fundraising concert on June 16, 7 p.m. at Mark Isfeld School.

Joining Norman will be his larger than life “Everybody Sings” choir, made up of special guest singers from the Comox Valley school district.

Norman’s show is truly for all ages. He tears down boundaries with his unique brand of music and humour.

His musicality is like no other, mixing amazing melodies, clever lyrics, adaptations and props all to great effect.

Tickets at CVCDA office (237 3rd Street, 250-338-4288) or at the door.

 

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