Every year, the Stirling Festival Theatre puts on a show to raise funds for the Campbellford Memorial Hospital, which those of us who have needed to use its services, know is a great little hospital dedicated to wonderful treatment.
This year, we have a great show on Friday May 6 at 8 pm, with the Campbellford District High School Jazz Bands and a very special guest artist, Juno-nominated Alysha Brilla. Alysha Brilla’s route to success took her from southwestern Ontario through to Los Angeles and the Junos. She released her first full-length album In My Head – a record she produced on her own – to acclaim. It was nominated for a Juno Award for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year!
Come hear one of the world’s hottest blues bands and one of the best high school bands in Canada for an exciting night of great music and raise money for the Hospital at the same time! And tickets are only $15 for youth and $20 for adults (plus applicable taxes and fees).
Next up, is another great event upstairs in the Eugene Burrell Hall. On May 13 at 8 pm, come and celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with songs and stories about the birth of our great nation. In Becoming Canada, Ken MacDougall takes you on an intimate journey through the stories and characters from the War of 1812 era. His one man, story-telling experience remembers such heroes as Laura Secord, General Isaac Brock and the great, Shawnee leader, Tecumseh. Come enjoy a light and entertaining recollection of a forgotten time in our young country’s history. Tickets are only $20 plus applicable taxes and fees – and, of course, the bar will be open and refreshments will be available.
For more details or to book tickets, please contact the Box Office on 613-395-0846 or go to www.stirlingfestivaltheatre.com.