Take a weekend break at the Joe Hill Coffeehouse Sunday

The show features some of the best entertainment in the Kootenays and starts at 7 pm in the Rossland Miner’s Hall.

This Sunday will be the last Joe Hill Coffeehouse show organized by longtime organizer Michael Gifford.

The show features some of the best entertainment in the Kootenays and starts at 7 pm in the Rossland Miner’s Hall.

The show starts with the Golden City Fiddlers and old time fiddling and toe-tapping tunes.

Next up is Dawn Graham performing songs.

Then, Kootenay DanceWorks will perform four routines from Rossland’s dance studio and director Renee Salsiccioli.

Wendy Garbe will sing, followed by Doug,

Dave and Chuck on guitars and vocals. Denis Rorick will play some country classics.

David Hartman will play guitar and sing. Keith Simmonds will treat the audience to some historical songs.

The show starts at 7 p.m. at the Miners’ Hall in Rossland.

Admission is $3 for adults and free for students and children.

Snacks and refreshments will be supplied by the RSS drama club.


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