The Fort Gallery is welcoming trio Tricia Coleman, Dana Coulter and Maria Krause to sing at their December First Thursday event.

Langley trio sings at Fort Gallery

Tricia Coleman, Dana Coulter and Maria Krause will sing at the Fort Gallery's December First Thursday event

A Langley trio will help to ring in the holiday season at the Fort Gallery’s upcoming First Thursday event.

On Dec. 1 from 7 to 9 p.m., the gallery welcomes Tricia Coleman, Dana Coulter and Maria Krause, an all female trio of holiday carollers.

Graduates of the DW Poppy music program and friends since high school, these young women will entertain guests with their three part harmonies at the event, which will also be held in conjunction with the opening reception for the Gallery’s latest exhibit, Small Wonders. Several artists from this show will also be in attendance to speak about their work.

Regular gallery hours are Wednesday to Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Visit fortgallery.ca for more info.

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