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    Slocan Lake Arts Council presents JOE TRIO at Memorial Hall in Silverton on Thursday, Oct 24th at 7:30!

    This is truly a special treat for our small community to host an evening of this remarkable Trio.  They don’t want to be neatly categorized, but instead strive for diversity, versatility, and more than a little humour and unpredictability. Their repertoire consists of the classics from Papa Haydn to Uncle Shoshtakovich, new works by contemporary composers, and their own arrangements of popular, jazz and rock tunes!  Joe Trio is virtuosic, amply witty, charming, and tremendously musical!  Since Joe Trio was formed in 1989, this classically trained violin-cello-piano three has presented hundreds of concerts in Canada and USA and they will be performing right here at Memorial Hall!

    The musically expert, highly entertaining JOE TRIO comprises Cameron Wilson, chief musical arranger and wizard on violin; Allen Stiles, masterful storyteller and maestro on piano; and Charles Inkman, coaxer of music sweet enough to soothe the most savage of beasts, on cello.    www.joetrio

    Featuring special guest Nicola Everton playing movements of  the McDougall Clarinet Concerto on Thursday, October 24 at 7:30 pm.  Admission is a sliding scale ($15-$25) at the door. This show is sponsored by the Slocan Lake Arts Council and funded by BCAC.  Mark your calendars!

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    Hillbilly concertos, Appalachian grooves! Pied Pumkin’s Rick Scott and young piano ace Nico Rhodes combine forces in ROOTS & GROOVES.

    Tuesday Oct. 22, 7 p.m.
    Silverton Memorial Hall

    Tickets $20 Apple Tree and Silverton Building Supplies.
    Info 250-265-8648. https://rickscott.ca/roots-grooves

    Rick has played his dulcimer in more than 1,000 schools and has 19 recordings to his credit, including eight award-winning children’s albums. He was just inducted into Canada’s Music Hall of Fame. Nico is a wizard on the keyboard and is one of the most in-demand arrangers and musical directors in Canada. Together, they cook. They’ll combine music with storytelling and a lot of laughs.

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    Alejandro Ziegler Tango Quartet
    Silverton Memorial Hall
    Wed. Oct. 9
    doors open at 7 pm, performance at 7:30 pm

    Hi all: Take advantage of the opportunity see these virtuous musicians playing classical instruments … with a melody line! The grand piano at the Memorial truly sang the last time they were here! If you can offer a ride from New Denver, or need a ride from New Denver call me and I’ll make the effort to link you up. Hope to see you there!

    Abrazos, Fran

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    FOR RENT: One BR, cozy, partially furnished cabin on Red Mountain Rd, Silverton. Nicely situated on wooded property with small mountain view. Ideal for one person/couple. Wood stove/electric heat. NS/No pets. References required. $560 (Includes WiFi/Internet) + Utilities. Avail Sept 15.
    CONTACT: Collene (250) 358-2652

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    KARATE

    TRADITIONAL KARATE
    What: Focus on respect, health, fitness and lifelong learning
    When: Mon and Wed evenings, 6:00-7:30 pm (adolescents & adults)
    Where: New Denver Fitness Centre
    Approach: Values the uniqueness and contributions of all students, regardless of age or ability.
    Trial Option: Join us for 3 introductory classes ($15 adolescents & $25 adults)
    Monthly Cost: $60 adolescents & $80 adults. Family discounts available. All welcome!
    Instructor: Sensei Neil Dunnigan, Hachidan (8th degree)

     

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