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Events on deck at Haney

September: Concert, harvest celebration coming up.

  • Sep. 2, 2015 5:00 a.m.

R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum is proud to present Prairie sweethearts, Belle Plaine and Blake Berglund in concert on Thursday, Sept. 10.

The Grant MacEwan alumna jazz singer and cowboy songwriter don’t only complement each other vocally, but their onstage chemistry is infectious.

They have individually released numerous studio albums, toured nationally and developed brands recognized industry wide, while always staying true to their Saskatchewan roots.

Belle and Blake will release their limited edition, double/single take on two Zachary Lucky-penned tracks on Friday, Sept. 4.

The production of their ’70s inspired seven-inch vinyl was overseen by Jason Plumb and recorded at CBC Studio One in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Belle and Blake are spending the month of September on the road promoting their first vinyl release.

The duo’s unique style is a result of amalgamating their bands. Jeremy Sauer (keys) and Elizabeth Curry (bass) are Belle Plaine’s regular sidemen, and split musicianship duties with Berglund’s Vultures, Steve Leidal (drums) and Bryce Lewis (electric guitar).

The sound is a soulful twang.

Lead and harmony vocals are traded with ease, and complement both Berglund and Plaine’s respective styles.

Tickets for Belle Plaine and Blake Berglund in concert, may be purchased by calling 250-836-2226.

For more information on Belle Plaine and Blake Berglund please visit: www.belleplainemusic.com or www.blakeberglund.com.

Sample local fare

Harvest Celebration is back for its 18th year at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum in Salmon Arm on Sunday Sept. 13, from 3 to 6 p.m.

Treat yourself to a mix of mouth-watering local cuisines from some of the best restaurants, delis, wineries and breweries that the Shuswap has to offer.

Tickets are $25 and include three tasty sample tickets. Additional tasty tickets can be purchased for $3 each at the event and you can use them to sample any of the food or beverage menu items at the celebration. Everything is sample-sized, so you can squeeze in as many scrumptious treats as you desire.

Size up your appetite and seek out tasty samples from: Blue Canoe Bakery & Café, Crannog Ales, Hideaway Pub, Larch Hills Winery, Marionette Winery, Marjorie’s Tea Room, Mt Begbie Brewing Co Ltd, Ovino Winery, Recline Ridge Vineyards & Winery Ltd, Save-on-Foods, Sedo Old Fashioned Butcher & Deli, Shuswap Chefs Restaurant, Shuswap Coffee Company Ltd, Shuswap Pie Company, Sunnybrae Vineyards & Winery, Table 24 Restaurant and Terroir Cheese.

Harvest Celebration isn’t just about food. Explore the village, museum and beautiful gardens. Check out the silent auction table and bid on items donated by local businesses and individuals. Harvest Celebration will be your last chance to buy raffle tickets on the Waterway House Boat vacation. The draw will be at 5:30 p.m. during the celebration.

Tickets sell out fast for this event and can be purchased by calling 250-832-5243, or by visiting R.J. Haney Heritage Village at 751 Hwy. 97B or at the checkout at Askew’s Foods. No minors.

 

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