From left: Mary Ella Young (left)

The Mammas and the harmonies

Jazz trio to perform Mother's Day concert and Northwood United Church on Sunday.

The Hot Mammas (Mary Ella Young (left), Julie Brown and Georgina Arntzen) will bring their three-part harmony to Northwood United Church (8855 156 St.) on May 8 from 4-5 p.m.

They will be accompanied by Tom Arntzen on piano, Arnt Arntzen on guitar, Dave Guiney on bass and Scott Robertson on drums.

The Mother’s Day concert is part of the church’s ongoing Vespers on the Valley jazz series. Admission is by donation.

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