Sunshine at joe hill coffee house

Music, smiles, good company, and goodies make the sun shine indoors at Joe Hill Coffee House.

Music, smiles, good company, and goodies make the sun shine indoors at Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s community venue for aspiring talent from near and far.

Excellent venue, friendly scene, soft seats, goodies, coffee and tea, and only $3 – kids and students free.  The best deal anywhere!

It’s in the Rossland Miners Hall, 1765 Columbia Avenue in Rossland. Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Sunday, February 15.

 

Performers young, old, new or experienced; solo or together, Joe Hill Coffee House is a place to try out your style in public for the first time, or to relax and play for the best audience in the Kootenays. There are no auditions. Just sign up for your 15 minutes of fun. For more information, contact Les Carter at 250-362-5677 or email him at retrac01@telus.net.

For our February 15 show we have:

 

• The Rossland Glee Choir – fine voices raised in sweet harmony

• Ray Tenisci and Nick Plotnikoff – spoons, squeezebox, and toe-tapping rhythms

•  Stevo – a boy and his guitar

• Kootenay Dance Works – poetry in motion

• Paul Bowles – percussionist, poet and raconteur

• Peter Pii – great country

• Robert Ferguson – country folk, a Joe Hill debut

 

 

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