WGLAS coffee house returning to Clearwater

The first coffee house event will be Nov. 20

Gerda Faber, Doug Fenwick, Tom Konopski and Maureen Brown on piano entertained the audience at at the Wells Gray Lively Arts Society’s Coffee House event on March 14, 2019, at the Dutch Lake Community Centre. (File photo)

Gerda Faber, Doug Fenwick, Tom Konopski and Maureen Brown on piano entertained the audience at at the Wells Gray Lively Arts Society’s Coffee House event on March 14, 2019, at the Dutch Lake Community Centre. (File photo)

After almost a two-year hiatus, the Wells Gray Lively Arts Society is bringing back its coffee house event at the Dutch Lake Community Centre, with the first event slated for Nov. 20.

The monthly community event will be hosted in the gymnasium of the Dutch Lake Community Centre. COVID-19 measures will be in place and those attending will need to show their proof of double vaccination. Entry fee is $3 and event-goers are asked to bring their own mug if they would like to purchase and enjoy refreshments during the show.

The WGLAS Coffee House is a fundraising event, and all proceeds will go towards the society, which brings opportunity and entertainment to the community. Currently, the society is raising money for a digital sound board which will be used for other community events.

On Dec. 18, the WGLAS will be hosting a Christmas-themed coffee house and will be accepting donations for the local food back.

Interested performers can contact Gerda Faber at (250) 674-3944 to pre-book their 15 minute spot. Each event is able to accept nine acts. The Coffee House will run from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., with doors opening at 6 p.m.

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