Popular group of fiddlers to perform at Cawston Hall December 9

Fiddle Frazzle will entertain at The Cawston Community Hall this coming December 9.

 

The ever popular fiddle ensemble called Fiddle Frazzle will entertain at The Cawston Community Hall this coming December 9.

The evening is a presentation of Music Under the K.

Billed as Music for A Winter’s Eve, the fun  includes lots of lively old time fiddling with some dance arrangements for the crowd to join in with.

The Fiddle Frazzle musicians are Ron Wall, Liz Lupton, Roswitha Masson, Arianna D’Aoust, Phil D’Aoust and Paul D’Aoust.

There will be a bar and other refreshments provided by donation.

Advance tickets are at Keremeos Pharmasave, Similkameen Agencies, The Cawston Market Place and in Penticton at The Dragon’s Den on Front Street.

Inquiries, call 250-499-5417.

 

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