This just in from two community groups in Slave Lake: a Christmas ‘coffee house’ is being held on Dec. 5, to raise money for the local food bank.
It’s a joint project by the Rotary Club and Stage North.
Here’s some information from organizer Ellen Criss:
“Local performers are donating their time for this worthy benefit. Come and listen to Carla Boisvert, Ian Rossiter, Shane Rebryna, Will O’Donnell, Lorraine Lyons, and others.
“In order to maintain safety protocols during the pandemic, these restrictions will be in place:
- Advance ticket sales only. Only 100 tickets will be made available, online, at The Source, Remax and Distractions. Ticket sales start Nov. 5th.
- Masks must be worn in all common areas of the Legacy Centre, until patrons are seated. Hand sanitizer will be readily available.
- Patrons will be seated in cohorts – advance seat selection will assist us in maintaining social distancing.
- Food and beverage service is to be provided at the seats only. There will be no intermission.
- Items brought to the Legacy for the food bank will be isolated for 48 hours.”
Criss goes on to say organizers are looking for sponsors to cover the cost of renting the Legacy Centre. Contact her at 780-805-4346.