Family dance

Rock to The Band Matheson at Edward Milne community school

Get on your dancin’ shoes, practice your favourite dance moves and get ready to rock!

The Edward Milne Musical Theatre group is putting on a dance as a fundraiser of the musical theatre group made up of students from both the high school and Journey middle school. The dance spectacular is on Thursday, May 16 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the EMCS gymnasium.

The dance is not restricted to the older teens but will be a family dance and show.

The EMCS Musical Theatre group will be performing some of the numbers they will do in their musical in June, tentatively names Steam Punk and Pirates, a show the senior students wrote.

What’s a dance without a band? The Band Matheson will be performing for the dance.

Lots for everyone, prizes, food, novelties and of course, the favourite — fun!

Tickets are available at the EMCS office. at $4 single or $10 for a family.

Get out and support your youth and have some great fun in the process.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Sooke Country Market returns for 25th year

In person market to only feature farmers, opens June 6

Man who bound, murdered Langford teen still a risk to public: parole board

Kimberly Proctor’s killer is still ‘mismanaging emotions,’ has had ‘temper tantrums’

North Saanich artist brightens pandemic with whimsical signs

Artist Anna Trelford decorates her fence with signs that riff on COVID-19 pandemic

Sooke to allow restaurant patios on streets and in parking lots

The virus has had major impact on local businesses, says Sooke mayor

Traffic redirected after crash on McKenzie Avenue

Saanich Police responded to Thursday evening collision

Mission prison COVID-19 outbreak ends, 9 new cases in B.C.

New positive test at Port Coquitlam care home

Facing changes together: Your community, your journalists

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in ways that would have… Continue reading

VIDEO: Humpback whales put on quite a show

The ‘playful’ pod lingered by a Campbell River tour operator’s boat for quite some time

Getting hitched at historic B.C. gold rush town still on table during COVID-19 pandemic

Micro-weddings, online visits, offered at Barkerville Historic Town and Park

Stolen gargoyle returns to its perch on central Vancouver Island yard

Petey, a concrete gargoyle statue, was returned by Nanaimo RCMP after being found by city crew

Revelstoke woman finds welcoming letter on her Alberta-registered truck

There have been multiple reports online of vandalism to vehicles with Alberta licence plates

Spirit bear possibly spotted in West Kootenay

A local resident spotted the white-coloured bear while on an evening trail run near Castlegar on May 27

B.C. businesses ‘can’t shoulder burden’ of COVID-19 sick pay

Trudeau’s plan should be tied to federal emergency aid

B.C. teacher reprimanded for sharing homophobic and sexist memes, making racist comments

Klaus Hardy Breslauer was accused of making a laundry list of concerning decisions as a science teacher

Most Read