Joe Hill season ends on high note

It's the last Joe Hill Coffee House before summer happens this coming Sunday, June 16 in the Miners' Union Hall (7 p.m.).

It’s the last Joe Hill Coffee House before summer happens this coming Sunday, June 16 in the Miners’ Union Hall (7 p.m., doors open at 6 p.m.).

The lineup includes the little No Frets fiddle players and the Golden City Fiddlers and various friends, with a toe-tapping jamboree in two parts.

The Rossland Glee Club will provide great voices and sweet harmonies as well. In addition, the Frequent Flyers return with four new and original songs.

Keith Simmonds brings a farewell rendition of the Ballad of Joe Hill and a story to go with it (Keith is leaving the Kootenays before the fall).

Les Carter has a special song for the audience to sing for Father’s Day.

The Gold Fever Follies cast will be there. Alexandra Wever will present a dramatic-dance number; Cate Richardson will sing and play for us.

Paul Dasti and Aaron Andrews cap the evening with their big professional sound.

Admission is $3, kids and students free.

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