The Shuswap’s A Million Dollars in Pennies return to their roots with a bundle of new songs that can be heard when they play a concert at the Sunnybrae Community Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22. Joining them is the Sons of Bitumen. Admission is $20 and tickets are available at Acorn Music, Hudson Vintage, Shuswap Pie Company and at the door. (File photo)

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Million Dollars in Pennies play Sunnybrae Community Hall

The Shuswap’s A Million Dollars in Pennies return to their roots with a bundle of new songs that can be heard when they play a concert at the Sunnybrae Community Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22. Joining them is the Sons of Bitumen. Admission is $20 and tickets are available at Acorn Music, Hudson Vintage, Shuswap Pie Company and at the door.

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