Joe Hill Coffee House fans take note

On Sunday Joe Hill Coffee House will be visiting the Rossland Legion.

On Sunday Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s community venue for performers from near and far, will be visiting the Rossland Legion, located at 2081 Washington Street in Rossland (one block up Washington from our town square).

They will be presenting the classic Joe Hill format – friendly coffee house atmosphere, great sound, nice seating, goodies, tea, coffee and soft drinks (no bar).

Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m.  Admission is still a mere $3, kids and students free.

The performers for October 18 are:

• Dawn Graham

• Bert Kniss and friends

• Chickadee

• Al Woodman

• Vic Buehler and Keith Robine

• Paul Bowles

• Wayne Saluti

Don’t forget:  October 18, Rossland Legion, Joe Hill Coffee House, show at 7 p.m.

Joe Hill Coffee House will carry on in the Spring of 2016 in spite of the Miners’ Hall being closed for renovations (third Sunday of every month).

The visit to the Legion this month is a preview of our Spring venue.  A big thank you to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 14 for inviting Joe Hill to use their hall!

 

If you would like to perform at Joe Hill Coffee House or would like more information, you can contact Les Carter, 250-262-5677, retrac01@telus.net.

 

 

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