Jack Smith, 13, is all focus for his keyboard music recital at the Schubert Centre Nov. 25. Winter keyboard music lessons for adults and children with Melly Oey start Jan. 8 and run from Tuesdays to Thursdays. To register and for more information, call the Vernon Community Arts Centre at 250-542-6243 or email vcacinfo@shaw.ca. (Photo submitted)

Vernon keyboard recitals a success

Students performed Nov. 25 at the Schubert Centre

After a successful recital, registration for the Winter Keyboard Music Lessons for adults and children with instructor Melly Oey is about to begin.

Related: Melly teaches all the right notes

Classes begin Jan. 8 and run Tuesdays through Thursdays. To register and for more information, call the Vernon Community Arts Centre, 250-542-6243, or email vcacinfo@shaw.ca.


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