Jeffery Straker is known for his performances in concert halls and living rooms right across our province and Friday, he’ll be at it again. He’s tuned up his home computer for a one-hour showcase of old favourites and new tunes. Straker will also be taking suggestions from the audience.
It was set to be an 8-day live music festival to celebrate the 250th birthday of a music icon but, with the pandemic, the orchestra had to shift gears quickly. The show must go on and on Friday the month-long celebrations of Beethoven will kick off with a star-studded concert on Facebook. Featured artists will include Godwin Friesen, Carissa Klopoushak, Spencer McKnight and Jardena Gertler-Jaffe.
For all the details on this party, follow this link.
There are tons of activities that teach as well as entertain handy at your fingertips courtesy of volunteers at the Nutrien Wonderhub. Learn how to make slime, play a little music on some homemade instruments or make a beautiful craft. The materials you need can be found around your home and it’ll give you a few minutes to grab a coffee yourself.
The weather’s beautiful this weekend and I’ve got a little something to get you into a beachy mood. Jimmy Buffett is presenting live online shows he’s calling the Far Side of the World. You’ll see clips of Buffett performing from some of his favourite places all over the globe. I’ll see you down in Margaritaville!