The French Shore Academy music class has plenty of other projects happening.
After stopping at the cemetery where Rufus Guinchard is laid to rest, the class travelled to Corner Brook for a concert with the First United Church accordion group.
They played a lot of traditional songs, as well as songs written by their music teacher, Ryan Wiltshire.
Their last stop to perform, before heading back home, was at the Bonne Bay Health Centre in Norris Point.
There, they played traditional music, surely familiar to the elderly occupants.
“It brings back those memories and connections,” said Wiltshire.
On May 26, the class dipped their toes in theatre and took a trip down the rabbit hole of “Alice in Wonderland”.
At the school gymnasium, they performed a musical adaptation of the classic story, entitled “Alice in Wonderland Jr.”
To round everything out the class held their annual Fiddler’s Café on May 31. That event was sold out.
The cast of “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” at French Shore Academy in Port Saunders.