Monday February 17th (Family Day) we are meeting at the Legion,
across the street from the Native Sons Hall.
Term information and drop-in singing dates and times are posted on this page.
To receive emails announcing current singing opportunities
New term begins January 13th.
Letz Sing offers an hour and a half of focused singing in three locations in the Comox Valley every week. Each session includes a warm-up, the learning of new material, and time to just sing from a growing repertoire of favourite songs.
All songs, chants and rounds are taught in the age-old tradition of call and response.
There are many members of Letz Sing who have cast aside their fear of singing and are enjoying singing with comfort and ease each week. If you consider your self a non-singer come and give this a try. Letz Sing is for those who love to sing and those who think they can't. No experience necessary, everyone can do this.
At Letz Sing the focus in on listening, and blending our voices together. The lessons are step by step and easy to follow. When you become a member of Letz Sing you are given access to the membership page where you will find song files and words.
Singing with a group of people creates a vibration that we feel right down to our bones.
Community singing is a lovely way to reset your mind, body and spirit.
Add a weekly dose of relaxed learning to your routine.
New Term Starts
Monday January 13th
Weekly Letz Sing Schedule
Mondays @ 7pm
Lower Native Sons Hall
Comox Lions Den
1729 Comox Ave
Halbe Hall, Black Creek
pro rated fees
As singing naturally involves deep breathing, scent allergies are exacerbated.
Please ensure your skin, hair, and clothing have no residual scents
(scented dryer sheets, essential oils, hairspray, cologne, etc).
Regular Weekly Schedule
Native Sons Hall, Lower Level
Free parking in the lot below the building, beside the building, and on the street.
Wheelchair accessibility from the lower parking lot.
Comox Lions Den
1729 Comox Ave @ Nordin. Walk to the back of the building, enter the door marked Lions Den.
Black Creek Sings