Open stage evenings start Saturday in Little Town that Did

There’ll be lots of entertainment this spring as the Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society announces a series of open stage evenings.

There’ll be lots of entertainment opportunities this spring as the Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society announces a series of open stage evenings.

There’s a new format at St. Michael’s Hall in downtown Chemainus this year, according to Bob Johns and Shelley “Sweet Potato” Brown is appearing with the Cam Stiles Trio on Saturday, April 16 offering music in a bluesey, country, rocking style that’s sure to set toes tappin’.

The doors will open at the crowd-pleasing time of 6 p.m. at the hall, with food and refreshments available.

Admission is $5 for audience members, with open stage performers admitted free of charge.

The open stage part of the evening will start at 6:45 p.m. sharp, and open stage performances will run until 8:15 p.m.

People wishing to perform at the open stage should be aware only four or five spaces will be open per evening. Got a yen to try it? Email openstage@cvcas.com, or contact them at 260 246-1389.

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