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Vernon's Lights of Broadway to serenade community

Samantha Harper, Mica Lemiski, Kimberley van Wensem, Charity Van Gameren, Stephanie Stewart, Steve Friesen, and Karina Hettler are just some of the performers participating in the Starlight Serenade, a wine and cheese evening followed by musical entertainment at the Vernon Community Music School’s Carriage House Loft, Saturday at 7 p.m.  - Photo submitted
Samantha Harper, Mica Lemiski, Kimberley van Wensem, Charity Van Gameren, Stephanie Stewart, Steve Friesen, and Karina Hettler are just some of the performers participating in the Starlight Serenade, a wine and cheese evening followed by musical entertainment at the Vernon Community Music School’s Carriage House Loft, Saturday at 7 p.m.
— image credit: Photo submitted

The Vernon Community Music School's Lights of Broadway are staging the Starlight Serenade, a wine and cheese evening followed by musical entertainment, at the school's Carriage House Loft, Saturday, June 9 at 7 p.m.

All proceeds from the evening benefit the Lights of Broadway, who recently presented The Wizard of Oz in Vernon.

Tickets are $15 each, which includes a complimentary raffle to win a 45-minute gift certificate for a massage at Creekside Chiropractic. Call 250-545-4977 to reserve seats.

 

 

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