La Cafamore. (Submitted)

La Cafamore performing Rossland house concert for Red Cross Fire Appeal

La Cafamore is doing a concert at the home of Mayor Kathy Moore to Red Cross B.C. Fires Appeal.

La Cafamore is doing a Rossland concert at the home of Mayor Kathy Moore and David Cornelius to raise funds for the Red Cross B.C. Fires Appeal.

The concert is a repeat of the May “Guys named Franz” concert. For the past several years, La Cafamore has been doing a charitable concert in Rossland. Because the Mayor and her husband graciously offer their home for these events, we feel it is only fair that they choose the charity.

The group can’t think of a more appropriate one than this.

The show is slated for Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at 910 Earl St.

Email km@2cats.net for tickets and info. Admission is by donation to the Red Cross.

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