By Justin Seward
Anything from old vinyl records to home stereos and guitars will be on for music lovers at the seventh annual Redcliff Music Collectors Show and Sale this weekend.
Co-founder Fred Hauck, who is going into his fourth year hosting the event, said it’s a great fundraiser for the St. Ambrose Church because they make money on the vendors and on the concession, while for him, he takes an interest in collecting instruments.
“The other thing about this show is I try to mix it up,” said Hauck.
“I don’t just try to get all guys with records, I don’t get guys with guitars. We do have a nice variety there. We always fill the hall, (it’s) always a great time.” The eight to 10 private vendors come from all over the province with their own private stock of instruments and records, which according to Hauck have become a popular item. He added the feedback has been good because he seen the same guy comeback from Lethbridge every year to find an instruments since the event started and from a vendor’s standpoint, they would like to keep it going.
The show is free admission and will take place at Redcliff’s St. Ambrose Church from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 11.