Local band Tinkham Road play inside the train shed at previous show. Reporter File Photo

Local band Tinkham Road play inside the train shed at previous show. Reporter File Photo

Community hosts Tinkham Road Variety Show

The Sallal Grange Community Hall will host the celebration on June 23.

  • Tuesday, June 5, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

On June 23 at 7 p.m. the Sallal Grange Community Hall will host a special celebration of the local community.

In the tradition of Old Time Variety Shows common at the Sallal Grange throughout the years since the 1930s, local group Tinkham Road and Friends will present an evening of Storytelling and Musical Entertainment.

From authentic Northwest songs written in the region during the last 150 years, to new compositions on the Musical Saw, Irish Drum, and Tenor Banjo, this family friendly event will take locals back to a simpler time.

Attendees will hear songs about Aliens, Bigfoot, True Crime and Ghost Stories from our neighborhood. Combine all of that with Sigillo Cellars wine selections and fresh pizza from Frankie’s, and locals can enjoy a full evening.

The doors open at 6:15 p.m., adult tickets are $20 and $12 for children under 12. Babies and toddlers are free.

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