Grist Mill concert series are great events

I would like to congratulate the Grist Mill on their great concert series!

To the Editor:

I would like to congratulate the Grist Mill on their great concert series!

On Saturday August 9th we attended another outdoor concert – one of the series of concerts offered at the Grist Mill during the summer – and had a wonderful evening.

Does everyone know about this great entertainment in a beautiful venue in our own backyard?

We bought a tasty box supper from the Grist Mill restaurant,  and a glass of wine offered by Robin Ridge winery, and sat on our lawn chairs on the grass with friends as evening fell, listening to a wonderful group of musicians. The Rakish Angles played some cover pieces and their own music for Mandolin, ukulele, violin, guitar and bass, and we could have asked them to play all night.

This is a really lovely way to spend an evening,  and we look forward to the next concerts: three more great evenings of entertainment in our own community and three cheers for the Grist Mill.


Sally Mennell, Keremeos



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