Time Well Wasted will kick off the summer schedule of Spirit Square performances on Thursday.

Spirit Square kicks off its summer season

Campbell River Spirit Square is kicking off its summer season with a schedule of musical events that will satisfy absolutely everyone

Has summer arrived?  It certainly must have because the Campbell River Spirit Square is kicking off its summer season with a schedule of musical events that will satisfy absolutely everyone.

The ‘Lunch in the Square’ noon hour concerts begin on Tuesday, with Emily Spiller entertaining from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. for all of the downtown Campbell River lunch crowd.

On the following Thursday evening, June 9, the big River Concert Series begins with a blast.

Time Well Wasted, that 12-piece rhythm and blues outfit performs from 7-9 p.m.

Bring the kids. Bring a lawn chair if you feel like resting between dances.

All concerts are free to the public, rain or shine.  Let’s get this summer party started.

For more information, including local community group activities and even a chance to comment on what’s going on, go to: spiritsquare.ca

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