By Mallorie Rast, Kindersley Social, May 18, 2017 

After the RCMP Musical Ride on May 28, musicians in the Kindersley area are ready to continue with the theme.

Canada’s 150th Concert presented and sponsored by the West Central SK Registered Music Teacher’s Association, will be performed by local students, teachers, and established musicians.  


“We plan to have music from all walks of life,” stated Clayton Braybrook, one of Sunday’s performers; “everything from good ol’ Stomping Tom country to a contemporary piano rendition of the “Land of the Silver Birch.”


Featuring all Canadian music, it is the concert’s aim to treat the whole family to a taste of Canada’s art, the past, and present. Running a symbolic 1.50 hours, the concert will be complete with fun facts; fiddle, jazz, classical, and choir music; as well as pieces from local bands.


“The concert was created for everyone to enjoy,” explained Braybrook. “It’s to be fun, educational and, of course, entertaining.”


The concert will be at the Kindersley United Church, located at the corner of 4th and Main Street on Sunday, May 28, at 4:00 p.m., giving goers plenty of time to make it to their seats after the musical ride. Tickets are available at the door; adults are $10.00, students and children are $5.00.

For more Info: Please contact Helen Barclay ( or Sindy Yiu ( or Clayton Braybrook (306) 460 – 8877

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