The Seven O'Clock Cheer celebrates health workers with live music at the Imperial Theatre on December 4

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      A concert to celebrate the healthcare heroes who have carried B.C. through the COVID-19 pandemic will take place on December 4 at the Imperial Theatre.
      Named after the cheer that West End resident Rory Richards started in appreciation of the St. Paul's Hospital staff at their 7 p.m. shift change, the Seven O'Clock Cheer will feature musical performances by Colour Tongues, Old Soul Rebel, and Victoria Groff, and a live painting demo by Donna Giraud.
      Proceeds from the event will be directed to the St. Paul’s Foundation to help build the first Dementia Village in Comox, B.C.
      Tickets for the event are priced at $32.50 (plus service charges and fees, $27.50 for healthcare workers) and you can find them here.