Musical Carnival coming on April 27

The community is invited to support the enhanced music programs at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School with its Musical Carnival on April 27.

The community is invited to support the enhanced music programs at Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School with its Musical Carnival on April 27.

The fun-filled event will showcase a variety of entertainment, games, a silent and live action and carnival food.

Hosted by the Lindsay Thurber Music Parents Society, the carnival is a fundraiser to support the music programs at the high school.

The evening will feature Lindsay Thurber’s band and choir students, along with a special performance by the school’s music instructors.

Attendees can try their hand at many instruments at the “instrument zoo” and could win a weekend getaway to the Rockies by taking a music trivia quiz.

The event will be held in Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School’s band room from 7 to 10 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased today from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the band room or by contacting Lyn Goertzen at 403-341-4911 or Susan Knopp at 403-347-2134.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and $12 for children 14 and younger.

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