Cougar Annie comes to the Sooke Harbour House

Katrina Kadoski performs tales and ballads of a strong willed woman

Tales of Cougar Annie comes to Sooke

Katrina Kadoski’s one-woman show is a musical tribute to a legendary woman who lived along the isolated coast at Hesquiat Harbour. Cougar Annie bore 13 children and tolerated four husbands. She worked her five acres of land and shot cougars — lots of them. Cougar Annie is a legend and an inspiration to many and Kadoski is one of them.

Frederique Philip, co-owner of the Sooke Harbour House said she has witnessed how great the show is.

“It is a very entertaining and also emotional show as Katrina makes us discover the life of Cougar Annie!” said Philip.

The show will take place in the outdoor pavilion.

Tickets for the August 16 show are available at the SHH, the Sooke Region Museum and The Stick in the Mud. Showtime is 8 p.m., ticket price includes intermission refreshments.

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