‘Latinos in Action’ party to raise funds in Fleetwood

Event on Nov. 19 will feature Rhythm & Cello and Rio Samaya Band

Rhythm & Cello features John Welsh on guitar and Stephanie Glegg on cello.

SURREY — Fleetwood Community Centre will move to the beat of Latino music on Saturday, Nov. 19.

That evening’s “Latinos in Action 2016 Celebration” will feature live music by Rhythm & Cello (featuring John Welsh on guitar and Stephanie Glegg on cello) and Rio Samaya Band, followed by DJ-spun Caribbean-Latino tunes.

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Also, a buffet dinner will be served by Di Reggae Cafe and Chefe Daniel Flavours of Portugal restaurants.

Partial proceeds will support Surrey Christmas Bureau, and will also give a boost to next year’s Latin Summer Fest in Vancouver.

Tickets for the Nov. 19 event are $10 for kids, $45 for seniors and $60 for adults, via info@latinsummerfest.com and 604-593-2448.

CLICK HERE to read the Facebook event page.

tom.zillich@thenownewspaper.com

 

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