Lloyd Pirot Country Music Jam 2019

by Corinne Bernier Delainey

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Make a donation to this page to honour the life of one and benefit the lives of many! Support Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Foundation in honour of Lloyd Pirot.

August 3, 2019

 

Aquadeo Beach Resort & Golf Course

Come out for some toe-tapping live entertainment August 3, 2019 at Lloyd Pirot Country Music Jam! Taking place at Aquadeo Tennis Courts, this ‘Party in the Park’ will feature live entertainment from performers like Elyssa Marchuk, Myrna Kemp, Abbey Wright, Adam Avery, and an opening tribute to Lloyd Pirot by A.J. Gagne.

Make a donation to this page to honour the life of a local man who lost his life too young. Your donation will support Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation to help sick and injured kids in hospital.

The Country Music Jam event will also have food, face painting, a craft sale, 50/50, and fireworks at dusk – just make sure to bring your own lawn chair. Admission is by donation to Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. You’ll be helping the sick and injured kids of Saskatchewan while having a great time in the summer sun!


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