Kids get close to Good at church

Renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Linnea Good is coming to Oak Bay for a specific audience – the kids

Singer-songwriter Linnea Good

Renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Linnea Good is coming to Oak Bay for a specific audience – the kids.

Together with drummer David Jonsson and bass player Bruce Harding, Good will rock the house, introducing a whole new generation of young people to her brand of story telling from bible favourites to songs just for kids.

Good comes to the smaller local venue, Oak Bay United Church sanctuary for an up close and personal experience with Swimmin’ Like a Bird – a concert for kids on Nov. 15. The event will also be filmed for a children’s DVD.

Tickets are $5 for kids 12 and younger, $10 for adults and $25 for families. Call 250-598-5021 to reserve tickets at the church office, 1355 Mitchell St. Visit linneagood.com for a sneak peek.

 

cvanreeuwyk@oakbaynews.com

 

 

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