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Monday Music in Alma celebrates Canada Day with special family event

Rainbow Express will be performing on Monday in Alma.
Rainbow Express will be performing on Monday in Alma. - Contributed

Monday Music in Alma will be hosting a family friendly afternoon show at the Green Hill-Alma United Church for Canada Day.
People are invited to come out anytime between 2:45 and 3:15 p.m. to make their own sundaes. Music will follow at 3:30 p.m., and will be provided by Rainbow Express, a trio of musicians that specialize in making music with and for children.
Kaleidoscope Kryss is the children’s entertainment persona of Crystal Mann, founder and leader of Rainbow Express and a member of the ECMA- and Music Nova Scotia-nominated group “On The Back Porch.” Mann has more than 25 years of experience performing to children and families, and is also a teacher of music in New Glasgow and in Fall River.  
Moving from ancouver Island to Salt Springs, Clare Brett, is the second member of Rainbow Express. As Clare de Lune, she has a number of children’s recordings to her name. Brett has been nominated for a West Coast Music Award, Children's Performer of the Year, as well as nominated for a Juno award. With her beautiful crystal voice, diverse music styles and an excellent command of languages, she is a unique performer in the world of children's music.  
Monday Music in Alma audience members have already seen Brett this season as she was one of the songwriters who opened the season.
For this special Canada Day concert, Gwen MacLean, retired educator and present day organizer of Monday Music in Alma, will be joining these two musicians on the stage at Green Hill – Alma United Church.  There is special pricing for this Monday Music in Alma Family Event – $8 per child and their accompanying adult gets in for free or you can bring the whole family for $20.  

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