CANADA DAY EVE 150 CELEBRATION
Friday June 30, 2017 – 5:30 p.m. with Music @ 7 p.m.
Kick off your Canada Day 150 celebrations early with food and entertainment in Quance Park featuring The Sand Plains Pickers, consisting of folk/bluegrass singers/musicians The Schotts – Darrin & Alison, folk singer/musician Ian Bell and Friends featuring music from/around Norfolk County. Join us as our Tobacco Kiln receives its official heritage designation from the Norfolk Heritage Committee and venture inside to see the latest addition to the Museum’s exhibition space. Meet and chat with Charlton, Norfolk’s Canada 150 ambassador. Bring a blanket or lawn chair, pack a picnic and join us in the park.
No alcohol permitted. A family-friendly Canada 150 Event.
A Pass the Hat Event
MURDER MYSTERY EVENING
The Day the Music Died
Friday August 4, 2017 – 7:00 p.m.
It’s 1987 and the hottest rock band of the decade, Vortex, is topping the charts with their album, Sucker control. The concert of the century has become a farewell show for the front man when he is found murdered backstage and nobody is talking. Tensions run high and fingers get pointed. The show is cancelled; their manager is furious; die-hard fans are weeping; the band is upset and this night will definitely go down in rock n’ roll history.
Advanced Tickets: Adults – $5 and Children (12 and under) – $3
At-the-Door: Adults – $7 and Children (12 and under) – $5
Ticket Wicket Opens: Friday June 30, 2017 @ 10 a.m.