Submitted                                The Tequila Mockinbird Orchestra brought down the Cawston Hall on Nov. 30.

Submitted The Tequila Mockinbird Orchestra brought down the Cawston Hall on Nov. 30.

Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra wows large Cawston crowd

The Cawston Hall was packed last Friday as the Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra played

Cawston Community Hall’s reputation as a hidden gem of entertainment moved up a notch with the highly successful music performance by The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra at the hall on Fri., Nov. 30.

A large crowd of approximately 120 came expecting a quality show and they went home more than satisfied.

From the first soft Gypsy song that morphed into a fast paced foot stomping, hand clapping and fast dancing number the buzz was on. And so it continued throughout the night as one magic number blended into another. The stage backdrop, the stage lights and the flickering laser light show just seemed to inspire not only the musicians who played their hearts out but the large number of people who took to the dance floor. Thanks to the people who came and a huge thank you to The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra.

The Cawston Hall Society thanks the 18 volunteers who helped make the show possible, including people who helped accommodate and feed the band. Thanks to the event sponsors (Vesper Transport, Paul’s Automotive, Cawston Cold Storage and Dr.Harold Potash) and to the wine donors for the wine draw for the volunteers (Robin Ridge, Orofino and Little Farm).

Thanks to the support of the Cawston Hall Board and in particular the event coordinator, and the event committee.

Next up at the Cawston Hall, the fabulous Cawston Players present their Xmas Pantomime Goldilocks on Fri., Dec.14 at 7 p.m., Sat., Dec.15 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m and Sun., Dec.16 at 2 p.m. Don’t be disappointed as these shows will sell out! Get your tickets at The Cawston Market place and Westland Insurance in Keremeos.

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