Kids band coming to Errington

The Kerplunks are a hip and energetic group from Gabriola Island.

The Children’s group The Kerplunks will be playing at the Errington War Memorial Hall this weekend.

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 hip and energetic children’s group is bringing two colourful performances to the Errington War Memorial Hall  this weekend.

The Kerplunks have been nominated for a 2011 Juno for Children’s Album of the Year, making this their third consecutive Juno nomination. 

They have also been nominated for an Indie award for Children’s Group of the Year.

The group plays catchy tunes on a  plethora of instruments, getting the kids involved with singing and actions. 

The shows are being presented by Errington Co-op Preschool this Saturday, Feb. 26. The shows are at 10:30 a.m. and noon. Tickets are $12 each or $42 for a family of four to attend one show. 

Tickets can be purchased at Cranky Dog Records in Parksville or the Errington Store.  

The preschool will also be having a bake sale at the show. For more on The Kerplunks visit www.thekerplunks.com

reporter@pqbnews.com

 

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