Rossland’s Joe Hill Coffee House puts the kettle on

Rossland’s showcase for talent from throughout the region, has another great event lined up for Sunday, Jan 19.

A great way to lose the January blues, Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s showcase for talent from throughout the region, has another great event lined up for Sunday, Jan 19.  Come and feel the sunshine.

The performers are:

• Piano students from Nicole Zimmer’s studio

• Nicole Zimmer singing and playing

• Post-Its (Notes on a Marriage) – A one act play presented by Columbia Phoenix Players, starring Shaelian Bennet and Joseph French

• Justin Tydeman – master guitarist and composer from the Slocan Valley

• Ben Kolff – showcasing Modern Jive Dance

• Marti Daniel – playing and singing with soul

• The Foggy Goggle Boys – Great songs, great harmonies and rhythms, good ’til the cows come home!

Joe Hill Coffee House has round tables, soft chairs, coffee and tea, excellent goodies (in support of the Gold Fever Follies), great sound, and a friendly atmosphere.  It’s only $3—kids and students free.

Joe Hill Coffee House is located in the Miners’ Union Hall.  Doors open at 6 p.m., the show starts at 7 p.m. sharp.

 

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