Cedar Creek Cafe will host Harvest Party on September 28

Harvest Party celebrates end of an era at Cedar Creek Cafe

The Cedar Creek Cafe in Winlaw will be closing at the end of September and will reopen under new management in the new year.

The Cedar Creek Cafe in Winlaw will be closing at the end of September and will reopen under new management in the new year. Being such a musical centre in the community, what better way for Sarah McKay and Cafe staff to wind up than a great big Harvest Party?

On Saturday, September 28, beginning at 3 p.m., some of the usual suspects and some totally new ones will be raising the roof before the place closes down. During the afternoon and evening you’ll find Pauline Lamb, Sean and Fuss [Argenta], Sally T and Rob Hay, Sounds Serious, Father Paul and the Fireside Prophets, Bex and Suzan and many special guests showing off the Cedar Creek in all it’s glory.

Over the past several years, manager Sarah McKay and musical coordinator JC Van Breugel have provided a musical destination almost nightly during the summer months which has left the valley ringing. World famous performers and up-and-coming talent have shown up in the Slocan Valley. The Harvest Party will be an evening to say thanks to the Cedar Creek Cafe for making musical magic.

To reserve a table, call 250-226-7355.

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