Tunes in June

The Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers will be at Pitt Meadows jam session.

A fiddling jam will be taking place called Tunes in June.

Laverne Hautz and his wife Deanna will be hosting the event at their home at 11890 Blakely Road in Pitt Meadows from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on June 3 and June 10.

The Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers based out of Abbotsford will be performing along with Laverne who plays guitar and Deanna who plays the fiddle.

Deanne has previously played with the Prairie Mountain Fiddlers in Calgary and at the Calgary Stampede.

The music will be East coast Celtic style.

Anybody who walks by will be welcome to listen in. There will be tables and chairs set up in the driveway.

Donations will also be collected to support the Fort McMurray fire victims.

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