Enjoy a Warm Winter Wish in a Little Brick Church

Charles Dickens Carollers singing favs at Maple Ridge church.

  • Nov. 24, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Laurie Thain and friends will be celebrating Christmas at the Little Brick Church with A Warm Winter Wish.

The concert will feature singer-songwriter, guitarist and pianist Jim Woodyard who will be performing a collection of his original songs.

The Charles Dickens Carollers, an a cappella trio led by Gord Maxwell, will be singing holiday favourites along with the junior singers. Audience participation will be encouraged.

This year, Thain will be performing her own original music with Woodyard and Maxwell and will be releasing her latest song that she worked on with Maxwell under the name Maxwell & Thain.

The concert takes place at 2 p.m. on Dec. 3 at St. Andrews Heritage Church Hall, 22279 116th Ave., just off the Haney Bypass in Maple Ridge.

Tickets are $20 or by donation to Cythera Transition House Society for those under 16-years.

There will be complimentary coffee, hot chocolate and cookies.

Seating is limited.

To reserve a seat e-mail purepacificmusic@g-mail.com or call 604-530-6530.

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