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Arts in brief: Fiddles and Seeds

Langley Community Music School’s (LCMS) Fiddlers and back-up band Dan Ross, guitar, Tim Stacey, bass, and Mike Michalkow, drums are in concert in the Rose Gellert Hall on May 14  at 7 p.m.

“Come celebrate the violin’s cousin, the fiddle with the LCMS Fiddlers,” said Andrea Taylor, LCMS faculty member and leader of the LCMS Fiddlers.

“They will be reeling and jigging their way through a selection of Old Time, Celtic, Country and Slavic music.”

Taylor is the LCMS fiddle instructor. She can also be seen occasionally at Vancouver Canucks hockey games, performing as their official fiddler.

Admission is by donation.  The Rose Gellert Hall is located at 4899 207 St.

Seeds exhibit now open at the BC Farm Museum

Seeds, they’re at the root of everything we grow and eat.

The BC Farm Museum presents a new exhibition exploring the vital link seeds have played in agriculture and pioneer life in Langley, and beyond: from vegetable farming, to grain growing, to raising livestock.

It explores how seeds have historically been bred, harvested, and processed, and how this past affects the present.

The exhibit runs until Oct. 13 at the farm museum 9131 King St.

The BC Farm Museum is open seven days per week,  10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visit them online at bcfma.com for more information.

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