Singer-songwriter to perform in Burns Lake

Darrelle London, whose CD ‘Eat a Peach’ has been getting airplay on radio stations all over Canada, will appear in Burns Lake on Nov. 2.

Darrelle London, whose current CD ‘Eat a Peach’ has been getting airplay on radio stations all over Canada, will appear in Burns Lake on Sunday, Nov. 2. Darrelle’s show starts at 7:30 pm in the high school’s multipurpose room.

Darrelle was named a Bell Emerging Artist in 2012. Darrelle’s story is one of following your heart over your head. With the smarts to get accepted to law school, she chose instead to take a chance on her music.

She has toured extensively, performing at legendary venues such as Hollywood’s Troubadour Club. Along with violinist Blaise Alleyne, she brings her current tour to Burns Lake.Don’t miss this sassy, funny and talented young performer.

This month’s contest …For a chance to win a copy of Darrelle London’s CD, ‘Eat a Peach’, answer this skill testing question: Darrelle’s northern BC tour starts on Oct. 29 in Terrace, B.C. Just before heading to Terrace, she is performing on Oct. 22 in what Canadian city? Not sure … check out this link:

Send your contest answer by return e-mail by Saturday midnight, November 1st, to be entered in this month’s contest draw.

Today, Wednesday, Oct. 29  We Scare Hunger! LDSS Interact/Student Voice members will be going door to door from 5 to 8:00 p.m. collecting non-perishable food items for the Lakes District Food Bank. Have your porch light on, and your food bank items ready. Saturday, Nov. 1 Ootsa Lake Bible Camp silent auction and supper.

Doors open at 4:30 pm and supper at 5:30 pm. For more information or tickets, phone Marian at 250-698-7356.


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