Jammin’ and Jamboree at the Legion

Newfoundlander Garry Hogan will entertain at the Sooke Legion

Gary Hogan performs at Bluegrass Jambore on November 29.

Time for another Sooke Bluegrass Jamboree at the Sooke Legion.

Come early on Saturday, Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. and jam with other local musicians on some well known tunes. Buy your ticket for the feature act starting at 8 p.m. when Garry Hogan and the Sooke River Boys will take the stage to entertain you.

Garry Hogan sings old country music and is an all round entertainer.

Born in St. John’s Newfoundland, Garry, and his wife Dona, moved to Vancouver Island in 1988, thus moving from an island on one side of Canada, to an island on the other side of Canada. Garry, retired RCAF, has been playing in country bands as a drummer and singer for 40 years. He entertains at Senior Centres’ in and around Victoria, as well as at Legions, Moose and Eagles Clubs throughout Vancouver Island.

In 2004 Garry recorded with J-C Faubert. Calling themselves Old Country Duo, they have a few tunes on YouTube. Garry is also a proud member of the Newfoundland Club of Vancouver Island.

The Sooke Legion is located at 6726 Eustace Road.

The Legion kitchen will be open for your dining pleasure

Tickets are $10 – Youth $5 are welcome only if accompanied by an adult until 10 p.m.

For more information call: Eric Day 250-642-3553 or the Sooke Legion Bar 250- 642-5913.

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