Songs in the Snow goes virtual again for 2021!

This year, Songs in the Snow is again going virtual! Join us online on December 4, 11, and 18, from 4-6pm for music from the comfort of your own home. Keep your video on or off, listen to the music, and enjoy a craft and hot drinks provided by the Steveston Historical Society courtesy of our generous sponsors.

> Reserve your ticket online

A note on tickets: there are two ticket types. Use “free tickets” if you do not wish to make a donation, and “ticket with donation” if you would like to make a donation to support our programming. Please register for one ticket per person attending, even if they will be attending from the same computer.

Craft kits, cookies, and hot drinks are available as a ticket add-on; quantities are limited. Craft kits have everything you need except glue & scissors (if you don’t have these items, please send an email to info@historicsteveston.ca). Please choose one drink, one cookie, and one craft kit per ticket.

Ticket sales close one hour before the event, and the Zoom link will be sent immediately following to registered attendees.

This event is sponsored by G&F Financial Group, West Richmond Branch. We acknowledge the support of the Province of British Columbia and the BC Arts Council.

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