Elijah Stephens performs Greensleeves at the 2017 Gala Night of the Pacific Northwest Music Festival.

Planning begins for Pacific Northwest Music Festival

Organizers of the 2018 Pacific Northwest Music Festival have announced the availability of of next year’s syllabus. It can be found at either Sight and Sound or online at www.pnmf.ca.

The festival dates will run April 12 28 28, 2018, with an entry deadline for Jan 15.

All entries need to be postmarked on or before that date to be entered in the festival.

Also next month, the meeting Pacific Northwest Music Festival committee will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 7:30 pm at Knox United Church at 4907 Lazelle Ave.

All committee members and anyone interested in helping out with the music festival this year are encouraged to attend.

For more information on the meeting or festival-entry details call Fiona at 250-635-9089.

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