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The Sid Williams Theatre Society is celebrating its past year of operations on Friday, June 19 and everyone’s invited to celebrate!

Sid Williams AGM Friday

The Sid Williams Theatre Society is celebrating its past year of operations on Friday, June 19 and everyone’s invited to celebrate!

This lively, non-traditional Annual General Meeting will feature performances by comedian Erica Sigurdson, vintage-inspired sets by the Cheesecake Burlesque Revue in honour of the City of Courtenay’s 100th year, and a sneak peek at the 2015-2016 Blue Circle Series.

A few business items, like electing new board members, will be covered briefly in between performance sets.

Come and see what the Sid Williams Theatre Society is all about!

Light appetizers by Custom Gourmet Catering and refreshments will be offered starting at 6 p.m. with the festivities underway at 6:30.

Reserve your complimentary ticket in person at the Ticket Centre, by phone 250-338-2430 ext 1, or email tickets@sidwilliamstheatre.com.

Midsummer Festival Saturday

Bring forth the summer! Black Creek’s Midsummer Festival happens Saturday, June 20 on the grounds of the Black Creek Community Centre, 2001 Black Creek Rd. Celebrate the solstice with live rocking bands The Rangers; Joey Carkson; Gail Anderson; and Black Creek’s own Fred and his Noisy Neighbours.

Enjoy food and beverage gardens featuring Gladstone Brewery, and “Magick Mead” from Middle Mountain Mead. Make a flower head wreath, play some outdoor games, kids can paint a huge dragon mural.

Enjoy a fire-spinning show by the Spinn Jinny. Take in some live local music at this relaxed family event, and celebrate the start of summer!

Buy your tickets on our website blackcreek-cc.com. Gates open from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 20. All profits support the non-profit Black Creek Community Association.

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