Poor ticket sales force dance cancellation

Dance for grads on Saturday postponed due to poor advance ticket sales

Band coming to Blackpool Hall The Vancouver-based band The Wheat in the Barley will be playing at a grad fundraising dance at Blackpool Hall on Oct. XX. They describe themselves as Canadian roots music with a major make-over. Crack songwriting

CSS 2015/16 Grads

The Clearwater Secondary School Grads are very sorry to have cancelled the Harvest Dance, which was to have been held on Oct 24th.

Reason for the cancellation was poor ticket sales.

We will soon announce our next fundraising plan, which will be sure also to enhance or ‘give back’ to the community.

We would like to thank the Wells Gray Inn, Pharmasave, Buy Low Foods, CSS staff, and all the other community members and businesses who donated or offered to help.

We would also like to give a special thanks to the Times and Star/Journal, and to the newspapers’ great editorial teams.

The Wheat in the Barley look forward to bringing back their wonderful music to our area at a later date.

 

 

 

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