Readying for Jazz at the Lake

Volunteers Frank Webb, left, and Elena Villegas cover tables with cloths in setting up the Late Night Lions Jazz Club in Sylvan Lake on Thursday

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Volunteers Frank Webb, left, and Elena Villegas cover tables with cloths in setting up the Late Night Lions Jazz Club in Sylvan Lake on Thursday. Located in Lion’s Hall, at 50A Ave. and 51A St., the club is open free from 10 p.m. today through Sunday as part of the Jazz at the Lake festival. The venue is a new addition to the seventh annual event, which opened on Thursday night with a performance by the Johnny Summers Little Big Band. A schedule of performers, times, venues and admissions is available by calling Sylvan Lake Tourist Information at 403-887-5050 or toll free 1-866-887-5550 and online at www.sylvanlakejazzfestival.com

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