Ladner's Hurst taking part in art after stroke event

Singer/songwriter says it's an honour to participate

Ladner's Rosemarie Hurst will be performing at Art After Stroke today in Vancouver.

The singer/songwriter will also have her photography on display, along with other stroke survivors, in a fundraiser for the Stroke Recovery Association of B.C. The event is billed as a celebration of incredible works by stroke survivors to raise awareness and funds for important stroke recovery programs.

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Hurst notes all of the artists and performers are stroke survivors, showing that there is hope after a stroke and that she's very "honoured and happy to participate in this event."

It will include painting, sculpture, photography, music, comedy and theatre.

Art After Stroke takes place from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Vancouver Roundhouse Community Arts Recreation Centre.

Tickets are $30 and available at www.ticketzone.com.

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