Sue Medley is one of several Canadian singer/songwriters that will perform at the Hospice Society’s Christmas concert next week.

Celebrate a Life Christmas concert

The Campbell River Hospice Society presents Celebrate a Life Christmas Concert in celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary.

The Campbell River Hospice Society presents Celebrate a Life Christmas Concert at the Tidemark Theatre on Wed., Dec. 21 in celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary and annual Celebrate-A-Life Event.

This concert will be a fun evening which the whole family will enjoy.  Featured will be Canadian singer/songwriters:  Duane Steele, Gary Fjellgaard, Sue Medley, Samantha King, Jake Mathews, and PEAR all of whom will play a collection of Christmas classics and the artists’ award winning hits.

In conjunction with this concert, the Hospice Society will be holding their annual Celebrate a Life event.  On Dec. 21, you will have an opportunity to remember a loved one by placing a dove on one of the Hospice’s Christmas Trees during the Tidemark’s regular business hours as well as before, during intermission and after the concert.  The Trees of Remembrance will also be available during Tidemark’s regular business hours on Dec. 22.

For those that are unable to attend the concert, there will also be Trees of Remembrance set up at the Hospice Office (301 Dogwood Street) should anyone wish to place a dove in memory of a loved one during the week of Dec. 19-23.  There will also be a tree set up at the Heriot Bay Tru Value Foods (Quadra Island) on Dec. 17-19.

Come out to the concert and help support Hospice so that they may continue providing support when people need it most.

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