Join award-winning singer/songwriters Heather Christine and Arlene Paculan for an intimate evening of original music at the Culture@Riverwood Series at beautiful Visual Arts Mississauga at Riverwood. This event is free of charge.
This performance will take place at 7:30 pm in the MacEwan Barn or on the VAM Common Green at Riverwood located at 4170 Riverwood Park Lane, Mississauga, L5C 2S7.
Visual Arts Mississauga and The Riverwood Conservancy have joined together with The Chamber Music Society of Mississauga and Driftwood Theatre to bring Mississauga residents free entertainment throughout the summer months.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blanket. Bug spray is recommended. Donations of non-perishable food items for The Deacon’s Cupboard Food Bank will be accepted (suggested donation of 1 item of food per performance). Extra parking is available at the Erindale Go Train Parking lot located at 1320 Rathburn Rd. W. in Mississauga.
In the event of rain, performance will take place at St. Peter’s Erindale Church (3041 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga). Check web-site for further details at visualartsmississauga.com/cultureriverwood.
About Arlene: Arlene is an award-winning Filipino-Canadian from Mississauga. Since 2010, she has toured across Canada, UK, Europe and the US. Throughout her career, she has consistently campaigned the idea of a positive self image using the titles of her original songs, “I’m Worth It” and “Shine So Bright”. Her story of transforming from an introverted, shy individual to hosting her own TV show supports her belief that we all have a voice that can be expressed through art. She currently hosts a TV Show called Striving Artist on Filipino TV. www.officialarlene.com
About Heather Christine: Heather’s debut release, Love in Colour, is an eclectic blend of R&B, jazz, and pop music featuring her original compositions. Her debut single, We Could Be Lovers is currently being played on Wave 947FM in Canada and on Smooth Jazz Sitges in Spain.