Guitar raffle will help Music and Arts Festival

Tickets available now for rare Godin guitar to be raffled off at Maple Ridge's Country Fest.

Godin guitar

Variété D’Arts Society will be raffling off a Canadian-made Godin guitar LG and case to benefit the local arts community in Maple Ridge.

Only 100 tickets will be sold at $5 each with proceeds going towards next year’s Variété D’Arts Maple Ridge Sustainable Music and Arts Festival.

The guitar is signed by local Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows musicians and is valued at $600.

Tickets can be bought at the upcoming benefit concert on Friday at The Haney Public House, 22222 Lougheed Hwy.

The draw will take place at Country Fest on July 24. For more information, go to mrsmusicfest.com.

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