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There will be no shortage of Prince Edward Island talent at this Sunday's edition of the QEH Winter Fundraising Concert Series presented by Cardigan Bearing & Steel and Cardigan Feed Services.
Hosts Treble with Girls welcome Keelin Wedge and Courtney Hogan-Chandler starting at 2 p.m. at the Assumption Parish Centre in Stratford.
Individually, Wedge and Hogan-Chandler are each multi-talented musicians and entertainers. The duo and Fiddlers' Sons bandmates will liven up the winter afternoon with fiddle tunes, step-dancing, songs and whatever other musical magic happens to transpire.
All ages are welcome with admission by cash only at the door.
A fundraiser for the QEH Foundation, there will be door prizes, a 50/50 draw and homemade lunch served at intermission.
The Assumption Parish Centre is located at 145 Stratford Rd.