On Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m., the Sayward Valley Folk Music Society will be presenting an evening of acoustic folk music featuring the Springer Creek Band

Sayward Folk Society welcomes hometown band Springer Creek to the stage

The Sayward Valley Folk Music Society will be presenting another evening of acoustic folk music featuring the Springer Creek Band on Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.

Sayward residents will recognize these local musicians and will want to come out to hear their versions of familiar folk, country, and gospel tunes.

Featuring the vocals of Dan Johnson, the band includes Beth Johnson on keyboard and vocals, Frank Clark on Guitar, Al Harris on Bass, and Bob Sampson on a variety of instruments, percussion, and vocals.

The band has been together for several years, performing in a variety of venues. This event marks the band’s first time appearing, as a group, in concert, in their own hometown.

This is the first local group the society has hosted on its stage and they encourage everyone to come and enjoy their music.

The Sayward Valley Folk Music Society was founded in 2017. It’s purpose is to enrich the community through music, with emphasis on acoustic folk. Over the past year, they have featured quality entertainment from blues to bluegrass; Celtic to jazz; latin to traditional folk.

Their audience consists of people from Courtenay to Port McNeil and points in between.

The Springer Creek Band appears in concert at the Heritage Hall, 1257 Sayward Road. Admission is $10 at the door.

Children 12 and under are free. An open mic precedes the show at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Just Posted

Campbell River RCMP arrest violent offender

Police struggle with suspect and take him down with a taser

Former Campbell Riverite reaches Everest summit

Clayton Matthews’ team got to the top of the world earlier this week

Strathcona Regional District fiscal health gradually improving, staff say

Tax and service revenue was up for the SRD in 2018, while grant money was down

VIDEO: Campbell River highschool event marks Canadian human rights milestone

50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality

Blaney plan helps seniors late with taxes

Simple solution to important issue: North Island-Powell River MP

UPDATE: B.C. pilot killed in Honduras plane crash

The crash happened in the Roatan Islands area, according to officials

Raptors beat Bucks 118-112 in 2OT thriller

Leonard has 36 points as Toronto cuts Milwaukee’s series lead to 2-1

‘Teams that win are tight’: B.C. Lions search for chemistry at training camp

The Lions added more than 50 new faces over the off-season, from coaching staff to key players

Rescue crews suspend search for Okanagan kayaker missing for three days

71-year-old Zygmunt Janiewicz was reported missing Friday

B.C. VIEWS: Reality of our plastic recycling routine exposed

Turns out dear old China wasn’t doing such a great job

Carbon dioxide at highest levels for over 2.5 million years, expert warns of 100 years of disruption

CO2 levels rising rapidly, now higher than at any point in humanity’s history

B.C. ferry stops to let black bear swim past near Nanaimo

Queen of Oak Bay brakes for wildlife in Nanaimo’s Departure Bay

Mother dead, child in critical condition after carbon monoxide poisoning at Shuswap campground

The woman was found unresponsive insider her tent and the youth was taken via air ambulance to hospital

Canada’s parole officers say correctional system has reached breaking point

About half of Canada’s federal parole officers work inside penitentiaries and correctional institutions

Most Read