Alberni community band welcomes new members

Adults looking to play music in a low-pressure atmosphere should check out the community band.

The Alberni Valley Community Band is looking for new members. The band meets Wednesdays from 7–9 p.m. in the EJ Dunn band room with conductor Cory Miller. The first regular practice is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 19.

The band comprises a group of adults who play a variety of music in a low-pressure atmosphere.

Flutes, saxophones, trumpets, French horns and trombones are needed but all instruments are welcome. For info, please call Ron at 250-723-1903 or Cory at 250-723-1285.


Edited to correct contact info for Cory Miller

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