Tuning up

On Sunday, May 19, Joe Hill Coffee House continues a long Rossland tradition of relaxing fun and great entertainment.

On Sunday, May 19, Joe Hill Coffee House continues a long Rossland tradition of relaxing fun and great entertainment.

With performers of all ages, and from all over the West Kootenays, the May 19 Joe Hill show is about connecting with what’s important: music, dance, goodies, friends, fun.

Here’s the show:

• Gut Bucket Giff (Michael Gifford), washtub bass virtuoso;

• Dawn Graham and Monique, great voices, great guitar;

• Kootenay Dance Works (Bethany, Elyse, Kathryn), young dancers, professional moves;

• The Harmaniaks – Beaver Valley kids ages 8 to 11, crazy about harmonica;

• Frequent Flyers (Steve Rathwell and friend), fine new songs;

• The Voltures (Tim Bourchier, Janet Bourchier, Nancy Stanton), great songs, with rhythm to get you moving. Tim will explain “The Voltures.”)

As well as great entertainment, Joe Hill Coffee House features round tables, soft chairs, coffee and goodies, and an all-round relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

It’s at the Rossland Miners’ Union Hall, 1765 Columbia Ave.

Doors open at 6 p.m., the show starts at 7 p.m..

Admission is $3 – kids and students free (Alberta money at par).

For more information about Joe Hill Coffee House, contact Les Carter, 250-362-5677, retrac01@telus.net.

New performers always welcome.

 

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