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Lower Mainland shows this July

Summer2015I have some fun, free outdoor concerts around the Lower Mainland this July with the Backyard Band in Delta, Langley, Vancouver and North Vancouver.  Bring a picnic blanket, some water and sunscreen and head down to one of these events!

Delta Canada Day
Chalmer’s Park, Delta
July 1 at 6:30 PM
Celebrate Canada Day in Chalmer’s Park from 5:30-10:45 PM. Event includes children’s crafts and games, barbecue food vendors, an Official Ceremony at 6 pm, live music performances and fireworks. For more info, visit delta.ca.

Douglas Park Spirit Square, Langley
July 4 at 11 AM
Free performance with the Backyard Band as part of the Concerts in the Park series hosted by the Timms Community Centre. Bring a blanket and a picnic!

Douglas Park Concert in the Park, Vancouver
July 9 at 6:30 PM
Bring a picnic and a blanket and enjoy a free solo show

Team Finn’s Kids 4 Kids Cancer Ride
Shipbuilder’s Square, North Vancouver
July 11 10 AM-1 PM (Concert at Noon)
This unique fundraising event for the Finnspiration Smiles Fund  will allow kids to collect kilometre “sticks” along the course and our goal is to have our Riders ride a combined distance of the Ride to Conquer Cancer (200+km’s!) and a fundraising goal of $10,000. Only $10 to register online. For more info, visit go.chimp.net/kids4kids. The Backyard Band and I will be performing at noon at the end of the event with The Purple Pirate doing the warmup for the ride. My family will be participating in the bike ride. You can support Ella’s ride to raise $100 here online.

More about Team Finn
Team Finn is named after and celebrates the life of Finn Sullivan. Since 2009, the Team Finn Foundation has raised over two million dollars.  Aside from participating in and organizing various events to raise funds and childhood cancer awareness, Team Finn works closely with pediatric cancer researchers and clinicians to help bridge gaps and quicken the pace of cancer research.

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