Talented Adam Fitzpatrick bring his popular tribute to Elvis Presley to Notch Hill Hall on Friday

Elvis will be in the building

Active life: Notch Hill Hall gears up with a variety of events.

  • Jul. 24, 2015 8:00 a.m.

By Jill Goward,

Activities at Notch Hill Town Hall are stepping up once again.

Tickets for Adam Fitzpatrick’s Elvis tribute on Friday, July 31 are selling fast, but are still available from That Damn Market (formerly Applewood).

If this is anything like Adam’s previous shows it will be absolutely fantastic. He is a world-class performer.

• On Saturday, Aug. 15, Notch Hill Town Hall is hosting an old fashioned Vintage Tea and Garden Party, the like of which has not been seen in Notch Hill for many, many years.

Costumes will be judged for first, second and third prizes.

There will be tea, coffee or lemonade with miniature sandwiches and petit-fours, all served on pretty dishes, at suitably decorated tables set out in the “garden” (weather permitting).

Tickets are available from That Damn Market and are only $15, which includes entry for a door prize – rumour has it to be a basket full of goodies.

Seating is limited so you’ll want to buy your tickets soon. And did I mention the yummy strawberry tarts?

• With regard to the Small Business and Trade Show on Saturday Oct. 3, spaces are being reserved very quickly. Our local businesses appear to be keen to showcase their wares and services. Table rentals, if booked before Aug. 7 are $15 each. After then, they will be $25.

Even the Little White Church will be available for workshops at $15 per business. A concession will be provided too.

For more information, call Lynn at 250-253-5404 or Jill at 250-675-2734. Registration forms can be downloaded from our website www.notchhillhall.com.

• There will be an interruption in bookings from approximately Sept.. 7 to 24 while work is being done on the hall roof.

That in itself will be an event and the culmination of a lot of hard work by volunteers, fundraisers, generous donors and sponsors.

Look for a progress report and pictures on that.

We look forward to seeing a full house for these events and wish everyone a safe and pleasant summer.


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