Stars at Baillie House

Maple Ridge fundraiser will feature performances by The Pensioneers and T.O.M., Two Old Men.

The 10th annual Music Under the Stars event will be happening at Baillie House on Wednesday.

Musical entertainment will include The Pensioneers and T.O.M., which stands for Two Old Men. They will be performing Elvis Presley covers and other ‘Golden Oldies’ songs.

“It’s a chance for the families, staff and volunteers to socialize in the courtyard. It’s a fundraiser for resident council to pay for the program supplies,” said Baillie House recreation therapist Jade Tomlinson, adding that everyone is welcome to come.

“It’s just a big party outside.”

There will be a raffle for a wine and cheese gift basket.

Tickets are $15 each and include sandwiches with potato salad, cake, punch and watermelon.

Tickets can be purchased at the door.

• RSVP to Jade at 604-476-7888, ext. 552587. Baillie House is located at 11666 Laity Street.

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