Rossland Light Opera presents ‘The Songwriter’

Events include RLOP's "The Songwriter", VISAC Gallery's "Speaking Volumes", and Salvation Army Christmas Hamper applications are ready.

Music

•Rossland Light Opera presents, “The Songwriter.” The delightful and raucous tale of an aspiring artist who falls for the allure of fame and fortune in Nashville by a couple of con artists. Rossland Miners’ Hall Saturday and Sunday. Doors open at 6 p.m., dinner service at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $35.00 includes dinner and the show. Available at Rossland Pro Hardware (Rossland) and Hall’s Printing (Trail)Gallery.

Gallery

• The Visac Gallery explores the allure and accessibility of hand-made books. Artists Nyla Raney and Jenn Hamm will be displaying work from their regional Book Arts project ‘Speaking Volumes’.  A special feature in this exhibit is a private collection of international mail art and hand made books by local artist Gail D. Whitter. The exhibit runs until Nov. 23.

Other

•The Salvation Army Christmas Hamper Applications will be available from Nov.9 until Dec.7 only at The Salvation Army Food Bank (Kates Kitchen ) 730 Rossland Ave. Trail. The Applications will only be available at this office, between 9-3 Monday thru Friday.

Upcoming

• The Yuletide Tea goes Saturday Nov. 17 between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church,1139 Pine Ave., Trail. Cost  $3.00.  Everyone is welcome.

• Columbia Phoenix Players present “Phoenix Cafe III” on Nov. 23 and 24th in the lower level of St. Andrews Church in Trail. Tickets $10 available at: Got Juiced-Trail: On the Edge-E.Trail, and Mystic Beauty, Fruitval, also at the door.

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