Kurucz performs starlight serenade

Alberni's Rollin Art Centre is holding its first-ever starlit music night this Saturday, Sept. 22.

The Rollin Art Centre is holding its first-ever starlit music night this Saturday, Sept. 22.

The garden terrace will be filled with fairy lights and the soft glow of tealight candles as Paul Kurucz and his daughters, Tatyanna and Jairynn, provide musical entertainment.

Starlight Serenade came about after Kurucz was in a carn accident in the summer and missed his performance at Tea on the Terrace, arts administrator Melissa Martin said.

“He offered to do a fundraiser for us,” she added.

Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the music will run from 6–8 p.m. Admission is only $5. Dress warmly, as this is an outside event. Coffee will be served. Seating will be limited.

The Rollin Art Centre is located at the corner of Eighth Avenue and Argyle Street.

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