Showcase of local talent in Errington

A local celebration of music is happening to celebrate Bev Finch and her new CD at the Errington Hall this Saturday.

At the show on Saturday, Finch is also presenting a showcase of local artists. These include musicians Sophie Cloutier,  Peter A. McLeod, Kevin Mitchell and the band Counting Time. The evening will also include storyteller and performer Judy Millar and comedian Bobbie G.

Tickets are $20 available from Cranky Dog Music in Parksville, Errington General Store or by calling 250-951-4999. For more on Bev Finch visit www.bevfinch.com.

 

—News Staff

 

 

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