Last hurrah of the 2016 / 2017 is afoot on April 22nd! Coming from the lovely town of Kaslo are an inspiring wife-husband / mother-father (of three) / singer-songwriter duo called The Eisenhauers. These two already wowed us in November of 2015 with a beautiful performance, and we're thrilled to have them return to play their sparing and emotive repertoire of original music. Sheree and Jeremy will be coming with copies of their new CD entitled The Eisenhauers. Recorded at Steve Dawson's Henhouse Studio in Music City, Tennessee, the album is a cathartic meditation, much of which bears the theme of moving from the big city to a small rural town in the mountains. For what it's worth, it comes very highly recommended from yours truly. It's a great listen. And yours truly wants to thank everyone for yet another great season, accomplished only with huge support from the community! See you on the 22nd, and please come and sign up for a song or three if you are so inclined.
Check out The Eisenhauers here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e89dSE9Id-8&list=PLe3xn89dkF_CXbnTPwFwYPTLF_rbW95K2&index=2
Support local talent!!
$3 door charge for audience
Performers welcome for 3 songs (10 minutes)!!
Sign up starts at 7:00 PM
Coffee & treats will be served.
Sponsored by The Columbia Basin Trust, Revelstoke Community Foundation, The Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, The Revelstoke Credit Union, Hub International Insurance, The Red Apple, The Village Idiot, Stoke Roasted Coffee Co., Lakeside Printing & Mountain Goodness Foods
Facebook group page for The Revelstoke Coffee House: http://www.facebook.com/groups/273630239355565/
Call for volunteers:
The coffee house wouldn't exist without the kindness and collective efforts of our community. It runs solely on volunteers donating their time and energy.
If you're interested in volunteering the night of the coffee house we're looking for help. Just reply to this ad. We are looking for two kind souls to run the kitchen (serving tea intermittently, maintaining table for serving coffee, putting out treats at intermission, cleaning mugs, organizing, etc.), one to help on the door, and a few more to help set up in the later afternoon starting 5 pm.
And if you have the gumption and will power to put on your apron to make some baked goodies for the evening, it will not go unnoticed...!