Maeford Place offers an opportunity for Quesnel bands and musicians

Maeford Place Assisted Living for Seniors looking for people to play for tenants this summer

The tenants at Maeford Place Assisted Living for Seniors love to hear music and bands.

We are grateful for all the local bands that volunteer to play for the tenants’ enjoyment, including Gospel Singers, the ukulele group, the Windy Reeds, St. Ann’s Church, Campfire Singers, Elaine and Friends Band, the Fraser River Band, Northern Lights Harp, Bob Wagner’s piano, the Cariboo Thunder band, the Wranglers, 24 Karat Gold, Clayton and Carol, the Correlieu guitar orchestra, In Song Youth Choir, Piano and Hymns by Donna, and New Beginnings Preschool, as well as other groups and some that entertain during the month of December. Thank you!

Some of these groups take a well-deserved break in the summer. This creates an opportunity — maybe there are some more musicians and bands in Quesnel that would love to share their talent with the seniors of Maeford Place. We invite all ages to consider this opportunity.

The recreation co-ordinator can schedule your music during the day Monday through Sunday and also in the evenings. Please give Cindy a call at 250-992-8342 if you are interested in sharing your music and getting to know some great people.

We also always welcome volunteers to assist with all the other social and recreation activities with the seniors at Maeford Place. See or call Cindy for an application to volunteer with events and activities.

— Submitted by Maeford Place Assisted Living for Seniors

READ MORE: Maeford Place watercolour class puts on colourful exhibition in Quesnel



editor@quesnelobserver.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

Kitsilano Secondary School students learning a lot during film shoot in historic Barkerville

Barkerville Historic Town and Park was the backdrop for the student-written period piece

Quesnel Junior School girls’ volleyball squad cleans house at Kelly Road tourney

The team will look to finish season strong at Prince George zones this weekend

Rotary Club of Quesnel donates nearly $8,600 to Correlieu Jazz Band

The funds raised came from this year’s Diamond Calcutta and Seniors’ Expedition to Barkerville

Special presentation to be offered at Quesnel’s Blackwater Paddlers Wrap-Up

Jeff Dinsdale will entertain and educate paddling enthusiasts on the history of the beautiful Bowron

PHOTOS: Quesnel remembers

Some scenes Quesnel’s Remembrance Day ceremony

VIDEO: Canadian allergists’ group wants Benadryl behind the counter due to side effects

Some doctors say the medication is over-used because of its easy availability

B.C. forest industry trade mission finding new markets in China

Diplomatic tensions eased, minister Doug Donaldson says

Sex assault charge stayed against Port Moody mayor

Rob Vagramov completed an alternative measures program, special prosecutor said

“I thought, enough is enough”: B.C. teen takes on bullies through social media

‘I thought, enough is enough. I wanted to try something to stop it.’

Audit finds Canada’s fisheries in decline and response lacks urgency

Report says 17 per cent of fish stocks are critically depleted, up from 13.4 per cent in 2018

Small group of Cherry fans protest his firing at Rogers HQ

One sign at the Toronto rally: ‘Rogers cancels Don, we cancel Rogers’

Nearly half of B.C. drivers nervous in winter conditions: BCAA

‘Wait and see’ approach common practice for 32% of B.C. motorists

Autism support dog refused bus access for being a ‘pet’

B.C. grandmother files complaint with TransLink, calls for better awareness of service dogs

Students plan rally at B.C. education minister’s office as district strike enters third week

Saanich School District students plan to rally outside Rob Fleming’s constituency office in Victoria

Most Read