A Million Dollars in Pennies

Revelstoke Coffee House to hit the big stage for fundraiser

Revelstoke Coffee House hosting Holiday Fundraiser Extravaganza Hootenanny at Performing Arts Centre on Dec. 29 at 7:30 p.m.

The Revelstoke Coffee House is going to the big stage this Saturday, for a special Holiday Fundraiser Extravaganza Hotenanny, as organizers have dubbed it.

The special show is being held at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre this Saturday, Dec. 29, at 7:30 p.m., as a fundraiser for the monthly acoustic music series.

For the show, there will be two headliners – popular locals Stuck on Honey, and their Shuswap friends, A Million Dollars in Pennies.

Ryan ‘Big Dogg’ Hill will be the master of ceremonies and the complete list of guests is as follows:

Doris & The Divas

Stephanie Clifford and Amy Burton

Rachel Kelly

Soleil and Braelin Kelly

Willy Gaw, Darrin Herting and Jacob Verburg

Leon Power

Donna Peterson & the Fiddling Violinists

As well, there will be a chicken toss at intermission, a 50/50 draw, and, as usual, coffee and treats will be served.

Tickets for the fundraiser are $15 and are available from Valhalla Pure and from organizer Denis Severino.

The proceeds will be used to buy a PA system and to offset the monthly costs of running the coffee house series.

 

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