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APRIL 8 – JOHN LYON

Best known for his vibrant and moving vocal performances of American Songbook jazz, John has been making music for live audiences since the sixties. He was in the Blackfish Sound and Roadside Attraction bands and performed solo at clubs and festivals across Western Canada. His song “Home, Dear, Home” written for his father, a west coast salmon troller, became an anthem in the Vancouver folk community.

APRIL 22 – HO’OKANI   MUSIC

Ko’okani – Traditional and Contemporary Hawaiian music with Stephen Antle, Greg Harrington, Don Kellett and Doug Thoms

MAY 13 – FRASER UNION

A folk institution with great songs, harmony, instrumentation, and an expectation that you will join on the choruses.

MAY 27 – JANE SLEMON AND FRIENDS

Jane brings her longtime musical buddies and a collection of homemade songs and tunes to create a cozy Friday evening coffee house experience. With Kitty King and Bernard Gobin, Jane takes a light-hearted romp through themes of everyday life: late-night reading, cold beer, the joys of raising a family.

Current BC Public Health Orders / City Requirements — for your health and safety.
If you are coming, remember your mask, to keep your distance lining up and to be ready to present your ID and Vaccine Passport at the door.

This is a no coffee and no cookies event again. Next time, we hope. A shorter bathroom break will still happen between the open mic and the featured performers – although we would like you to scoot out between songs whenever you like to shorten the line ups at break.

OPEN MIC — YES! Always a hit! Four spots — contact – MC Bill Marshall wrmarshall@shaw.ca (604-944-8114)

Check in early – for any future date – to get one of the 4 spots for the night.

FEATURED PERFORMERS
$5 admission at the door
Doors open: 7:00 pm
Open stage: 7:30 pm
Feature performer: 8:30pm

The Gathering Place
1100 – 2253 Leigh Square, Port Coquitlam
www. thecrossroadscoffeehouse.com