June activities at The Hub include native cultural displays, demos

Art, music and comedy sessions are offered

Randi Boulton (contributed photo).

A celebration of native culture, as well as comedy, painting and music sessions can be found this month at The Hub in Red Deer.

Learn about aboriginal drumming on National Aboriginal Day, June 21, when one-of-a-kind Haida art and painting instruction will also be featured at the downtown cultural centre at 4936 Ross St.

More drumming opportunities are also offered at The Hub on June 15 and June 28.

Wednesday Loaded Paintbrush classes will resume by popular demand on the afternoon of June 14, and so will the Life is Funny comedy session that evening.

There will be two chances in June to make music with local singer Randi Boulton — a sing-a-long on June 7 and a Fun with Musicals session on June 14, featuring songs from Grease.

For times and more information about activities at The Hub, please visit www.hubpdd.com or call 403-340-4869.

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