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Big Heart Dance 4U Saturday

The Elderly Brothers perform at the Big Heart Dance 4U on Feb. 26 in Coombs. - News file photo
The Elderly Brothers perform at the Big Heart Dance 4U on Feb. 26 in Coombs.
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The Elderly Brothers will be back in Coombs this weekend playing their classic rock ‘n roll covers, a band that consistently fills the dance floor at the Coombs Rodeo Grounds Hall. The Big Heart Dance 4U will feature music like Chuck Berry, some Elvis, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and a blast of Buddy Holly.

Drum player Ken Wiegand said the five-member band always has a good time in Coombs.

Doug Calder with the Coombs Community Organization (CCO) said this fun evening of dancing coincides nicely with heart month in Canada. MP James Lunney agreed that the dances were good for the heart and overall health, Calder said, when he attended one of the Coombs dances recently.

Get your heart going this Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Coombs Rodeo Grounds Hall. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the dance runs from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Tickets are $15 from Cranky Dog Music in Parksville, the Shoe Inn in Qualicum Beach, Backroad Java in Errington and the Coombs General Store. Reservations can also be made by calling Doug at 250-752-8505. No minors.

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