Celebrate Christmas with Rivercity

Rivercity Players will present a Christmas Celebration on Saturday, Dec. 19, with shows at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Raincoast Creative Performing Arts will be presenting scenes and musical numbers with a holiday theme.  The Group, a musical trio featuring John Bailey, Blaine Waldbauer, and Doug Craig, will also be performing, and there will be other musical performances as well. The show is family friendly and suitable for all ages.  Admission will be a donation to the Campbell River Food Bank. Heather Gordon Murphy is one of the coordinators for the production.

“This is a time for the community to come together and provide for the Food Bank,” says Gordon Murphy.  “We can spend time at the Rivercity Stage with our family and friends, and enjoy the performances.”

“Campbell River has been very supportive of Rivercity Players, both by coming to see our performances, and by being sponsors and donating to our productions.

“This is one way that we can give back to the community.”

This is the fourth year that the club has provided entertainment at Christmas time, and they plan to continue with an annual holiday production.


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