Clancy’s Front Porch to play at Jan. 20 Monthly Coffee House in Sooke

Don’t miss out on a night of good music and fun, as Clancy’s Front Porch takes the stage on Jan. 20 at this month’s Sooke Folk Music Society Coffee House.

The acoustic band formed in 2017 and have already played their fair share of shows at coffeehouses, markets, festivals and folk clubs in the region.

Clancy’s Front Porch focuses their music around warm harmonies with a country and folk sound, and includes multiple instruments such as accordion, keyboard, djembe, guitar, ukulele and bass in their songs.

Everyone is welcome, and Coffee and tea will be served for people to enjoy.

The Coffee House is held at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 1962 Murray Rd. Doors open at 7 p.m and admission is $7 for adults and $2 for children.

For more information on future performances or on the Folk Music Society can be found at Sookefolkmusicsociety.com.

Just Posted

Salmon runs produce highs and lows on Vancouver Island this year

Chinook salmon did particularly well on the Island this year

Victoria Native Friendship Centre pens angry letter to Greater Victoria School District

The VNFC is upset with how the School Board has approached hiring an Indigenous-focused educator

Child struck by vehicle in Saanich, taken to hospital

Police are investigating this as a hit and run on Glanford Avenue

Jingle Mingle raises $754,000 to fuel leading-edge cancer research

Success and smiles at BC Cancer Foundation’s 12th annual Jingle Mingle

Saanich walks the walk on crosswalk after student lobbied for improvements

Elanor Teel approached first Saanich about the intersection in March 2017

Victoria celebrates 40 years of Tuba Christmas

Tuba Christmas dates back to 1974 where it originated in New York City

Break-in at home of detained Chinese Huawei executive

Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver on America’s request

Natural gas rates will go up in B.C. on Jan. 1

Regions could pay up to $68 more

Top House Dems raise prospect of impeachment, jail for Trump

It could be an “impeachable offense” if it’s proven that President Donald Trump directed illegal hush-money payments to women during the 2016 campaign.

Macron addresses France amid protests; is it too late?

Paris monuments reopened, cleanup workers cleared debris and shop owners tried to put the city on its feet again Sunday.

CUPE calls off Flair Airlines job action citing job security concerns

The union says it’s going to challenge Flair’s move at the Canada Industrial Relations Board before proceeding with any job action.

Trump looking at several candidates for new chief of staff

Trump’s top pick for the job, Nick Ayers, is out of the running and Trump is now soliciting input on at least four individuals.

Canadian physicist collects Nobel Prize

Canada’s Donna Strickland is one of three winners of this year’s Nobel Prize for Physics.

BCHL players help Team Canada in shootout win over U.S.

Massimo Rizzo scores the shootout winner at World Junior A Challenge

Most Read