Christmas event in Langley brings clean water around the globe

Bez Arts Hub in Langley joins forces with Pacific Theatre to host a holiday fundraiser on Dec. 12.

A former TWU acting professor and founder of Pacific Theatre is bringing a special Christmas production to Langley one night next week.

The event, Christmas Presence, is being held at Bez Arts Hub, #102-20230 64th Ave. on Tuesday, Dec. 12, from 7 to 10 p.m.

It’s an all-you-can-eat feast of music and stories for the holidays featuring a few local musicians, Reed said.

It is one of several Lower Mainland performances raising funds for HOPE International Development Agency and their effort to bring clean water to families in need around the world.

The evening will feature carols and songs, readings by Reed, and a film about the transformative powers of clean water.

There will also be blankets and artisan crafts for sale, as well as appetizers and refreshments served.

Tickets are $15 and available online.

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