Diane Strom and Earl Staten performing as 'That girl and Earl' at Kinnarid Park in Castlegar on Wednesday

Kinnaird concerts have something for all

Continuing Concerts in the Park series in Castlegar still drawing crowds.

The Concerts in the Park series held at Kinnaird Park in Castlegar is continuing to draw good crowds of music lovers.

Diane Strom and Earl Staten, performing as ‘That girl and Earl’, took to the stage Wednesday, July 31 to entertain another appreciative all ages appreciative crowd. As always, a well-stocked concession was happily staffed by the Castlegar Interact Club.

Jazz, blues, country, country-rock, soul and even a pipe band have been enjoyed at no charge by citizens so far this year, and there are still plenty more to come.

Next up:

– Aug. 7: “Hand Picked” – bluegrass

– Aug. 14: Dawn Graham -journey of memories

– Aug. 21: Rio Samaya Band -latin rhythyms and romantic melodies

– Aug. 28. Motes and Oats -powerful dup of folk music

*If bad weather is a problem, the shows go on at the Community Complex, 2101 6th Avenue.

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