Fiddler contest and concert May 16-17 at St. Joseph’s

Central Valley Fiddlers host 39th annual event next month in Mission

The Abbotsford-based Central Valley Fiddlers (CVF) will be holding its 39th annual contest and concert May 16-17 in Mission.

The concert portion of the event features Keith Hill, Mike Sanyshyn, Mark Sullivan and also members of the CVF. The contest will include cash prizes, trophies and awards.

The concert/dance takes place on Friday, and tickets are $10. On Saturday, tickets to the contest are $15. Buy tickets for both days for $20.

The event will be held at the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Hall, located at 32550 Seventh Ave.

For more information call 604-826-8824 or visit centralfraservalleyfiddler.com.

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