Cost: $1 drop-in fee
Description: The Silvertones are back with renewed purpose to again become a performance choir (35 year history). Masks worn while singing.
Silvertones Choir: Maple Ridge Halls A & B
Thursdays 10:00am – 11:30am
The Silvertones is a choir of senior singers sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Seniors Society. The choir was formed in 1987 when Marjorie Bates, an accomplished musician and piano player, sought to gather a small group of people who loved to sing.
The mandate of the choir is to provide music and entertainment to the community, mainly to seniors in hospitals, and care and retirement homes. The choir has developed into a viable entity in Maple Ridge and beyond its borders. Each year they perform as many as forty concerts, entertaining with familiar songs and encouraging their audiences to participate.
-Info bits are taken from: “Celebrating Seniors – A History of the Ridge Meadows Seniors Society 20th Anniversary Souvenir Book” – page 21-22 – The Silvertones – Written by Doug Robinson
Cost: $13 / 13 weeks (pre-registered)
Ready to return to Ukulele? Starting April 6, you can. Choose the location for your pre-registered session and retrain those fingers. Some ukuleles may be available to borrow from the instructors.
Ukulele Beginners: Pitt Meadows Wellness Room
Wednesdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Ukulele (some experience): Pitt Meadows Hall A
Wednesdays 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Ukulele Beginners: Maple Ridge Social Activity Room
Wednesdays 10:15am – 11:15am
Ukulele (some experience): Maple Ridge Craft Room
Wednesdays 10:15am – 11:45am