Women’s singing group starts up in January

Just for Fun singing group starting up in January may be just what you want.

If you are a woman who always enjoyed singing but never thought you were good enough for a choir then the new Just for Fun singing group starting up in January may be just what you want.

Everyone can suggest songs and the group decides what songs they will sing.

The group will meet on Fridays, 7:30 to 9 p.m. at St. Peter’s Anglican Church on Carson Drive. Angelkeys Music Studio and The Women’s Contact Society is providing the  event free of charge. Child care is also provided by the Women’s Contact Society.

 

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