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The evening of family fun will include a variety of acts, which include a local sketch comedy group, as well as singer/poet Linda Connell Studley.

The good times will continue to roll when Mystik Borealis bellydancers charm those in attendance with their hip shaking act that will feature everything from tealights to swords.

Samantha Scott will bring out everyone’s childhood with her hula hoop show and visitors will also have the opportunity to peer into the future by having their fortune told by Madam Goodwich, a.k.a Sharryn Dineley.

Music will also be a focal point at Light Up the Night at the Lido, as bassist Amy Gothard and her mandolin playing mother Jane Gothard will be joined by fellow friends to perform as the Sweetwater Ramblers.

The event is family friendly, with admission for adults costing only $5, while children’s admission costs only a toonie. Tickets will be sold at the door.

Doors for the summer welcoming event open at 6:30 p.m., with the madness beginning at 7 p.m.

For more information, contact the Fort St. John Association for Community Living at 250-787-9262.

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