Family singing classes scheduled

Four-week Let's Sing Together series begins Sunday in Coombs

  • Nov. 19, 2015 4:00 p.m.

Esteem Vocals invites mid-Island families to take part in its four-week Let’s Sing Together holiday-themed vocal program beginning this Sunday, Nov. 22 at the Soundgarden in Coombs.

Classes will be held each Sunday, from 3:30-4:45 p.m., through Dec. 13, and possible sing-outs may follow. The program, designed to bring together family members across generations, is a non-faith based, “just for fun” choir program with a repertoire that will cross cultures and religions.

Let’s Sing Together will be hosted by singer, songwriter and vocal instructor Sharon Marie Tomczyk.

The cost, covering the full four-week course, is $25 for adults, $20 for youths 11-18 years and $16 for children 10-under. Kids under two years are free.

For information or to register, visit www.esteemvocals.com or call Tomczyk at 250-752-3950.

— Submitted by Esteem Vocals

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