Halloween at the Vallican Whole

Looking for someplace to show off that amazing costume you’ve been slaving over since last year?

Want to get a little dancing in on Halloween? Looking for someplace to show off that amazing costume you’ve been slaving over since last year?  On October 31 the Vallican Whole Community Centre will be hosting a dance that’ll let your inner artist flaunt itself loudly.

The musical trio of Stuck on Honey will be coming down from Revelstoke to spark up the evening. There will be a lively mix of tunes from these young and talented musicians who are quickly getting known for their musical dexterity. Featuring banjo, mandolin and guitar there will be foot stomping fun at the Whole and everyone is invited to come out and enjoy.

The doors open at 7 p.m. and music begins at 8. Tickets are $10 advance  and $15 at the door. Tickets are on sale online at the vallicanwhole.com, at Otters books in Nelson and at Gaia Tree Foods in Winlaw. For more information call 250-226-7957 or visit the website. The Vallican Whole can be found deep in the Slocan Valley and the first turnoff from Highway 6 will be at Passmore. Direction signs will be out to help you get the rest of the way.

 

 

 

 

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