Copper Canyon Band kept the hits coming to rock the crowd at the Chemainus 55+ Activity Centre. (Photo submitted)

Copper Canyon Band dance hits a high note

Dance floor hopping at the Chemainus 55+ Activity Centre

A fantastic night was enjoyed by all at the Chemainus 55+ Activity Centre, with dancing to the local group The Copper Canyon Band.

The dance floor was hopping all night long during the March 2 event, with a great mix of music from rock and roll to country.

The evening was completely sold out, with many tickets pre sold.

While dancers were resting for the next song, a variety of snacks such as chips, peanuts and pretzels were provided to keep the energy levels up.

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