Anne Guite will be teaching guitar at St. Dunstan's every Monday evening for the next ten weeks.

Anne Guite: Free Introductory Guitar for Youths

Free hour-long group classes are offered by instructor Anne Guite on Mondays, with a 10-week session starting September 22

Free hour-long group classes are offered by instructor Anne Guite on Mondays, with a 10-week session starting September 22, from 5-6 and 6-7 p.m. at St. Dunstan’s, 3025 – 264 Street, Aldergrove.

As a founding board member and director of operations of the non-profit Music Access Society, Anne Guite uses her unique blend of music therapy training, abilities as a private music educator, and skills gained in the social service sector to fulfill the vision and mission of the Music in Action Access Society.

Educated for two years in Jazz and Music Therapy at Capilano University, she earned a Bachelor degree in General Studies with a Minor in Humanities from Simon Fraser University (2006). Her resume includes eight years assisting troubled children and youths with Stonehouse Child and Youth Support Services and 10 year guiding students entering into and working on their journeys playing the fiddle.

Anne currently instructs children, youth and adults and entertains audiences in her community, at ministry and special events, and enjoys playing with the B.C. Old Time Fiddlers.

MAS programs offer free-of-charge music instruction to children and youth in the Aldergrove-Langley-Abbotsford area. This service is available to children and youth facing significant social, personal, physical and economic barriers.

First come, first served, and there is no charge for instruction (limited number of loaner guitars available with $25 refundable deposit on return of guitar).

Register via email to info@musicaccesssociety.com

Information and registration forms: see website (http://www.musicaccesssociety.com) or call 604-259-8452.

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