A Night of Motown With Terrell Edwards!

A Night of Motown With Terrell Edwards!

March 5, 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Over the past decade, Terrell Edwards Music has built solid relationships and shared the stage with legends like Jay Leno, The Harlem Globetrotters, Motown Executives, MGM and more! One of our biggest accomplishments has been the ability to bring aid and awareness to the needs of people through entertainment. Well over $100,000 has been raised and distributed to the Mustard Seed, Hope Mission, and Youth Initiatives in Strathcon County. We are proud to now be in partnership with the Alzheimer Society Alberta and Northwest Territories for this event.
Come join Terrell Edwards and friends on March 5, 2020 as they present A Night of Motown at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. Taking us back to one of the most memorable times in music history. Motown is not only the greatest pop music hit factory ever heard, but a state of mind, a way of life, a style, the “Sound of Young America.” The distinctive, upbeat and uplifting music brought together pop and soul, white and black, old and young, like never before and continues to this day.
Be prepared for uplifting entertainment and extravagant showmanship all in support of a great organization!


Why Alzheimer’s?
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, an irreversable and fatal brain disease. This degenerative process slowly destroys brain function, ultimately leading to the need for total care. There is currently no known cure for Alzheimer’s but there is hope for creating a better tomorrow. In Canada, 564,000 individuals are living with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia – in Alberta, over 45,000 people have dementia diagnosis. Three out of four people know someone living with dementia and each year over 25,000 individuals will be diagnosed in Canada.
The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories programs and services provide information, education and support to individuals living with dementia, families and care partners. They offer Help for Today through their programs and Hope for Tomorrow by investing in research.



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