The Sage Sound Singers Choir drew about 250 people to their annual Christmas concert on Dec. 20 in Cache Creek. The Desert Bells Handbell Choir dedicated Bell A6 to Anne Bonter and the Second Time Around Society for all of their help. And Barbara Roden did an awesome job of emcee-ing the concert. L-R: Faline Franes

Creative Current – Pick a partner and go celebrate the New Year

Nadine Davenport's bi-monthly column of music, arts and theatre in the area.

Pre-New Year’s Family fun..Movie Night with Frozen & Zumba!

Come and have fun with on Tuesday, Dec. 30 from 6pm with Zumba with Krystal Kettle and then enjoy the movie Frozen at The Cache Creek Community Hall. Admission is free. Concession by PAC.

Celebrate the end of 2014.This is a family event and you are welcome to wear your pjs and bring your favorite stuffie!

The movie Frozen will be given away at the end of the night.

Spences Bridge New Years Dance

Ring the New Year in style! SBCC is again hosting a party with fantastic dance music, fabulous snacks all night, party hats and noise makers (and bubbly) at Midnight, door prizes. Tickets on sale at The Packing House, The Inn, the Spences Bridge Post Office, Ashcroft Bakery and Ashcroft UniTea! For more info call the Packing House at (250) 458-2256.

The Riv and the Riverside Restaurant New Years Dinner & Dance

The Riverside Restaurant and the Riv Pub offers a New Year’s celebration. Dinner and DJ dance with a midnight cheer – dance ‘til closing, Sounds like fun! Call (250) 453-2230 for more info.

Ashcroft Legion New Years Dance

The Ashcroft Legion offers a New Year’s Celebration starting off with a Potluck Supper (call ahead for a list of items needed) at 6:30pm followed by live music from 7 pm until 2 am. Music by ‘Sleepless Nights’. For more info or pick up your advanced tickets, call (250) 453-2423. Get ‘em quick as this night usually sells out!

Oasis Pub New Year

Oasis Pub in Cache Creek Celebrates 2015 with a Live DJ and prizes. Starts at 8pm. For more info call (250) 457-6232.

Nadine Davenport

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