Mission Folk Music Festival is looking for donations for its music sale in November.

Donations needed for music sale

Proceeds will help support Mission Folk Music Festival

Do you have any musical instrument or CDs you don’t want?

Consider donating them to the Mission Folk Music Festival for its music sale on Nov.16 and help support one of the most popular music festivals in the Fraser Valley.

“Clear out your basements of those forgotten instruments and help us put them into the hands of people who will treasure them,” said MFMF’s Lisa Luky.

Contributions of books on music, sheet music, and anything else music-related is appreciated, but please make sure everything is clean and in working order.

The music sale will take place on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the festival officer, 33529 First Ave.

If you have something to donate, call Lisa at 604-217-3442 (or e-mail lucky@shaw.ca) or Deborah at 604-556-1368 (e-mail dahandley@hotmail.com).

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