Second-last Joe Hill of the season set for this Sunday

This season’s penultimate Joe Hill Coffeehouse is on the horizon with a diverse line-up, from dance to theatre to choirs, bluegrass, and celtic harp.

This season’s penultimate Joe Hill Coffeehouse is on the horizon with a diverse line-up, from dance to theatre to choirs, bluegrass, and celtic harp.

This May 15 show will mark the 25th coffeehouse in the series’ third season.

The ever-popular MacLean Elementary School Choir directed by Terry Marshall will hop on stage to get the show going, followed on their heels by Nadine Tremblay’s Rossland Glee Club.

The Columbia Phoenix Players have a nine-minute play to perform, and both Kootenay DanceWorks and the Steps dancers have some routines lined up.

Never Too Late, an old time country and bluegrass band, will get it going with guitar, mandolin, fiddle, accordion, spoons, string bass and vocals.

Dan Charron will step up with some original songs, followed by Janet Marshall on her wonderful Celtic harp.

The show will be brought to a close by the talented Alyshia Richards, a 14-year-old country singer.

The season’s final coffeehouse is scheduled for Father’s Day, June 19, and the fourth season will begin again on Sept. 18. To participate in any way, as a performer or a volunteer, call organizer Michael Gifford at 362-7170 or giffmus@telus.net.

Admission, as always, is $3 (and free for students) for the show that begins at 7 p.m.