This Sunday’s Joe Hill Coffee House will wear a touch of green

This month's Joe Hill Coffee House will take on a St. Patricks Day vibe.

This Sunday, the Joe Hill Coffee House will brewing up another batch of talented performances, as the monthly concert takes on a St. Patricks Day vibe.

Les Carter, one of the show’s organizers said they are prepared for the special day’s performance.

“It’s a great place to relax with your friends and see the Kootenays’ finest perform,” Carter said

The program will lead off with three young dancers from the Kootenay Dance Works in Rossland.

Then Terry and Janet Marshall are returning to Rossland from their new home in Kaslo to lead Pickled Thistle and Friends in an extended set with an Irish theme.

That will be followed up by Jonathan Provencal and friends from the Tuques as they go Dublin-style for the show.

Then, Joe Hill Coffee House regular Paul Bowles will be bringing a collection of new rhythms and words of wisdom for the audience to ponder.

Musician Andy Ross will bring an assorted bag of tunes to perform.

Then, Kootenay Jack and Bert Kniss will wrap up the show, with a promise to add both Celtic and Kootenay Jack flair to round out the evening’s performances.

Snacks and other goodies will be provided by the Rossland Secondary School Interact Club.

Doors open at 6 p.m. on Sunday at the Rossland Miners’ Hall, with the show starting at 7 p.m. Admission is $3 (free for kids and students)

 

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