Busy week in Burns lake entertainment

The first annual Indigenous Festival of the Arts will be held on March 17 at Lakes District Secondary School.

The first annual Indigenous Festival of the Arts will be held on March 17 at Lakes District Secondary School.

Drums, paddles, carvings and paintings will be on display. The live show features Howie Miller, Tyson Houseman, Nadleh Whut’en Traditional Performers, Spencer Greening, Babine Lake Drum Group, Paul Michel from UNBC and many more local acts.

Look for ad in the Lakes District News.

Burns Lake and District Seniors Society potluck dinner and dance at the Decker Lake Hall. Potluck supper will be followed by a dance to recorded music.

There is a fund raiser at the Rose Lake Community Hall, dinner and entertainment on March 19. Open bar and cocktails begin at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. and is a three course meal served at your table. Entertainment starts at 8 p.m., coffee house style.

Four or more entertainers will be performing. Have a classy night out with good food and good music. Organizers encourage designated drivers, and will have a van headed both east and west after the event. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased from Rose Lake Community members or by phoning Karen Sirfalk at 250-696-3379. For more information, contact Louise Fisher at 250-698-7601, or Karen Sirfalk. This fund raiser is to help provide hot water in the Rose Lake Hall.