THE KING SINGS FOR TOUR DE ROCK: Adrina Kerr

Rocking the Brimm in Parksville for the Tour De Rock

The event was held to support Cops for Cancer with local riders, RCMP constables Jordan Reid and George Minshull, on hand

  • Aug. 7, 2014 8:00 p.m.

THE KING SINGS FOR TOUR DE ROCK: Adrina Kerr, 22 months old, was dancing in the streets to the sounds of Richard (The King) Stewart, left, and Paul Laine at a Tour de Rock street party fundraiser at the Pacific Brimm in Parksville July 31. There were head shaves and a dunk tank to support Cops for Cancer, with local riders, RCMP constables Jordan Reid and George Minshull, on hand. There is a beer and burger evening at Thalassa Restaurant at the Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club Friday, Aug. 8 with silent and live auctions, a putting contest, draws and entertainment by Brodie Dawson. Dinner is at 7 p.m., the music starts at 8. Tickets are $30 and going fast. The tour starts Sept. 20, stopping in Oceanside Sept. 25-26. Visit www.tourderock.ca for more information.

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