The Joe Hill Coffee House takes place this Saturday

A fresh cup of Joe

The Joe Hill Coffee House has assembled a brand new collection of local talent to entertain this Saturday at the Miners Hall.

It’s time for your monthly cup o’ Joe.

The Joe Hill Coffee House has assembled a brand new collection of local talent to entertain, mixed in with tea, coffee and goodies courtesy of the Rossland Secondary School Drama Club at the best community coffee house at an elevation of 1,000 metres in Canada.

The best in local talent will assemble this Sunday, April 21, 7 p.m. in the Rossland Miners Hall (doors open at 6 p.m.).

The April 21 lineup features:

• The great voice of Dawn Graham.

• Four young dancers—Teslyn Beuhler, Taryn Cutt, Molly Jamin and Charlotte Gibson—dancing their own creation, Crazies and Cartwheels.

• Doug Halliday, Dave Rusnell and Chuck Cram, picking and singing old favourites.

• Zak Higgins, from the Gold Fever Follies cast, presenting dramatically.

• Marti Daniel, singing and strumming.

• Les Carter, singing and picking.

Admission is only $3, kids and students free.

Note: The Coffee House is always on the lookout for more people who would like to try their hand at performing, or who would like to volunteer to help make Joe Hill Coffee House a continuing success.

For more information contact Les Carter at 362-5677, retrac01@telus.net.

 

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