Our next monthly Enderby Coffee House is coming up this Friday, November 16….the usual details, doors open at 6, performances 7-10 pm. $3 at the door except for performers. The Enderby Cliffnotes Community Choir will be offering refreshments for sale at this particular coffee house evening as a fundraiser for the choir. Enderby Drill Hall, Hwy 97A at south end of town. Hope to see you there as a performer or as an audience member!
Our next monthly Enderby Coffee House is coming up this Friday, October 19th….the usual details, doors open at 6, performances 7-10 pm. $3 at the door except for performers. Refreshments available for purchase. Enderby Drill Hall, Hwy 97A at south end of town. Hope to see you there!
The monthly Enderby Coffee House resumes Friday, September 21st at the Enderby Drill Hall, Hwy 97A. Doors open at 6 pm, performances 7-10 pm. $3 admission except for performers. Refreshments available. For information call Sheldon at 778-930-1501. The coffee house is the third Friday of each month through May 2019.
Come out to enjoy the last 2018 Music by the River presentation by the Enderby & District Arts Council, on Sunday August 26th at 6 p.m. (note earlier start time). The Shukuleles, a local playful 7-woman ukulele band will entertain you and the whole family. Bring a chair or blanket. Free, with donations accepted. Belvidere Park, by the bridge. Rain venue: Enderby Drill Hall, Hwy 97A/George St.
Sherman Doucette and his band Tankful of Blues entertained a large crowd in June 2015 in Enderby. We are thrilled to have him back on Sunday, July 29th, 7-9 pm, at Belvidere Park (by the bridge) in Enderby, as part of our Music by the River series. If it rains, the concert will move to the Enderby Drill Hall, Hwy 97A.
Free, donations accepted at intermission. Bring chairs or blanket. This Music by the River concert is being Co-sponsored by Kal Tire/Tony’s Tire and Fink Machine Inc.
See the previous post for details for this Free, All-Day Festival, complete with all-day entertainment stage and Family Fun Zone, put on by the Enderby & District Arts Council and the Enderby & District Community Resource Centre…..don’t miss it, at least 45 vendors have registered with us already! Festival takes place in downtown Enderby, closed streets Cliff Ave and Belvedere St. Family Fun Zone in Belvidere Park by the bridge. Sunday night will be Music by the River at 7pm with Sherman Doucette and Tankful of Blues. At Belvidere Park. Free, donations accepted at intermission. Bring chairs or blanket. Music by the River Co-sponsored by Kal Tire/Tony’s Tire and Fink Machine Inc.
Once again, the Enderby & District Arts Council presents this popular annual event. More details will be posted later. Come to downtown Enderby on Saturday July 28th, 9 am – 4pm for an all-day, FREE, family-friendly festival, featuring over 40 artisans booths, an all-day entertainment stage, Lions Pancake Breakfast, other food vendors. The Family Fun Zone will have activities for children, shade tents, a mini-goat petting zoo, Val Hilliker, ventriloquist and puppeteer. There will be a Painted Chair auction on the entertainment stage, with Gail Viens as auctioneer. Local citizens and artists have painted chairs, stools, benches, for this fundraiser for arts organizations in Enderby. On Sunday night, July 29, we present Music by the River in Belvidere Park by the bridge (Enderby Drill Hall as a rain venue) 7 pm featuring Sherman Doucette and Tankful of Blues.? This event is also free, with donations accepted at intermission. Bring a chair or blanket.
MusicByTheRiver_PtriodactylThe Enderby & District Arts Council is pleased to present Ptriodactyl, a trio made up of Jake McIntyre-Paul of Salmon Arm on bass, Jessica Heaven and Gavia Lertzman-Lepofsky of Vancouver on vocals and violin. Their music features soulful vocal melodies that are carried along by quiet, spare and edgy instrumentals. With their effervescent synergy, musical interplay, and sense of humour, Ptriodactyl captivates audiences and is not one to miss. Putula Park, Hwy 97A, Mara on Sunday, July 8th, 7 p.m. Rain or shine ( Mara Hall as a rain venue). Free, donations accepted. Bring a chair or blanket. Sponsored by Herman Halvorson, Area F Director.
Music by the River 2018 starts on Sunday, June 17, 7 pm. with “The Keys”, a 5 piece local North Okanagan band. They play every thing from Classic Rock, R&B, Funk, Rock n’ Roll, Motown, Blues, Country Rock, to originals. It’s members have been involved in many bands over the years, playing at intimate venues to large outdoor concerts throughout the Interior of British Columbia. Whether you like to dance, or just sit back and listen, you’ll have a great time with The Keys. Bring a chair or blanket. Free, donations accepted at intermission. Belvidere Park, by the bridge (Drill Hall, rain venue) Sponsored by Johnston Meier Insurance, Enderby.