A Fort Langley company focused on promoting arts, theater, music and film initiatives is back with its music series.
The Creative Compass Society’s “Myles of Smiles” music series arrives monthly at Fort Langley Community Hall beginning Friday, March 25.
On day one, the historic Fort Langley Community Hall will come alive with live music with host Tom Hammel and singer-songwriters in the rounds with Jessica Mai, Ranj Singh, Sue Breton and Brock Philips. Presale of tickets available online for $15 at creative-compass.com. Tickets are available at the door for $20. Doors will open at 7 p.m.
The musical show is scheduled to start at 8 p.m.
The host of the event is the team at the Creative Compass Society, a non-profit organization whose mission is to connect emerging talent with community partners fostering shared learning opportunities.
The new monthly music event begins this month following the inaugural success of Creative Compass’ Fort Langley Film Festival, which featured a full day of short films, documentaries and film conversations with industry professionals.
The Mentorship component of the Film Weekend, the Fort Flicks kicked off the festival with a 48-hour film challenge with 10 teams of 43 young filmmakers racing to the finish line with a completed 5-minute film.
The winning movie, To move on won the top prize of $500, a trophy, certificates, and awards for Most Outstanding Film, Best Director, and Best Cinematography.
Prizes were donated by All in One Productions Inc., Everything Film Equipment and Long & McQuade Music.
The monthly musical series Myles of Smiles is organized in partnership with the Fort Langley Community Improvement Society, the 98-year-old society that cares for the historic Fort Langley Community Hall.
Vaccination passports will be required for the Friday March 25 event.
The Community Hall is located at 9167 Glover Rd, Langley.
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