Creative Current – Music to warm a cold winter’s night

Nadine Davenport's bi-monthly column of arts and entertainment in the local area.

Halloween at the Ashcroft Legion

Treat yourself on Halloween with a Steak and Lobster Dinner and Dance at the Ashcroft Legion this  Friday night. Wear a costume, or not! Prizes to be had. Union Jack entertains.

Union Jack is a British and UK Rock Tribute band comprised of seasoned musicians that know how to entertain, have a good time and most important of all, rock out!

Pick up your tickets at the Legion.

Family Movie Night: Dolphin 2

The Village of Cache Creek presents another fun Family Movie at the Cache Creek Community Hall. The feature movie this month is the fabulous family adventure flick called Dolphin Tale 2!

Bring the whole family to see this great movie on Sunday, Nov. 9. Admission at the door. Doors open at 6pm with the Movie starting at 6:30 pm. Popcorn and goodies at the concession supporting Cache Creek’s Parent Advisory Council. Door prizes!

Country Music Dance with Bobby Garcia Nov. 8

Spences Bridge Community Club is hosting a Fundraising Dance with Bobby Garcia and Six More Strings at Clemes Community Hall on Saturday Nov. 8. Doors open at 8pm Dance from 9pm to 1am.

Advance Tickets available at the Inn, The Packing House, Cooks Ferry office, and the Post office. Proceeds to the upkeep of the Community Hall. More info call Pat (250) 458 2485.

The Sweet Lowdown Nov. 24: old-time bluegrass

Don’t miss out on a fabulous evening of songs and music that will open your heart and unite your senses on Monday, Nov. 24 with Victoria-based bluegrass trio – The Sweet Lowdown. An acoustic night of the senses..beautiful harmonies, alongside guitar, banjo and fiddle. Doors at 6:30pm – shows starts at 7:30pm at UniTea Tea Room (#100-210 Railway Ave. in downtown Ashcroft).

Tickets at the door or reserve your by calling (250) 453-9345 – limited to the first 30 people only.

Nadine Davenport

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