Enjoying Les Miserables

Wells Gray Seniors Society members take trip to watch musical in Kamloops

Evelyn Warner welcomes Patti Woods onto a Clearwater and area transit bus for a trip to Kamloops on Saturday

Evelyn Warner welcomes Patti Woods onto a Clearwater and area transit bus for a trip to Kamloops on Saturday, Nov. 30. A full bus of 20 seniors travelled to Sagebrush Theatre to watch Les Miserables. Following the matinee the group enjoyed dinner.

The next Wells Gray Country Seniors Society outing will be on Dec. 17 to Kamloops Wildlife Park. On Dec. 21 a bus will take folks to a musical afternoon at Upper Clearwater Hall.

All events are open to all seniors, with unfilled seats open to the public. Call 674-3615 or 674-3688 to book.

Photo by Sandra Holmes

 

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