Juno award-winning artist Norman Foote is at the ACT on March 22.

Family fun with Norman Foote at Maple Ridge ACT

Wear your most unique shirt to the show, March 22.

Juno-award winning Norman Foote puts his best foot forward in an engaging all-ages concert in Maple Ridge next week.

Drawing from his own experiences, Foote creates songs and stories and props that delight the ears and eyes. He weaves imaginative word play with great melodies all to great effect.

Described by SOCAN magazine as, “A cross generational songwriter,” Foote writes tunes that catch the heart of young and old alike. His concerts are filled with engaging stories of his own youth, packed with wonderful adaptations and wordplay.

Foote has created a special niche with his irreverent comedy and skillful music. He has written and recorded songs for Disney Records, Shari Lewis, CBC syndicated TV show “Scoop & Doozie,” and most recently the live musicals for Max & Ruby and Toopy and Binoo.

• Norman Foote plays the ACT in Maple Ridge on Thursday, March 22 at 7 p.m.

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