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Sooke Folk Music Society hosts Christmas coffeehouse

Open stage highlight of evening

It’s Christmas at it roots.

Musicians from around the region are invited to the Sooke Folk Music Society Coffeehouse this Saturday (Dec. 15) for its traditional open stage.

The suggested theme is Christmas, Hanukkah, solstice, and other seasonal celebrations. Musicians are always encouraged to let creativity be their guide.

“We’ve had wonderful fall and winter season and sincerely thank everyone for their continued and generous support of live music in Sooke,” said Marilyn Sundeen, the society’s executive director.

“The folk music society has returned with a full slate of board members and bursting with innovative and creative ideas for 2019.”

The coffeehouse is at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 1962 Murray Rd. The music starts at 7:30 p.m. (doors open 7 p.m.).


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