The Wildfire Dragon Music and Art Festival Committee say they have a great lineup of entertainers for this years two day event to be held at the Wildfire Dragon Monument site in Louis Creek.
Saturday, July 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will feature the music of Margit Bull, Art Pruce, Tom Coles, and Lilies of the Valley
On Sunday, July 24, starting at 10 a.m. a good old fashioned Cowboy Church will take place with the cowboy music man Gordie West, presenting his own special style of old west gospel music. Make sure you come early and enjoy the pancake breakfast.
There will be a kids activity area, concessions, shady spots, and vendors through the weekend, and of course plenty of opportunity to visit with folks and enjoy the entertainment. Best of all admission is free, although donations would be gladly accepted to help maintain the Wildfire Dragon Monument site.
Saturday you can catch an appearance of the ‘Good Wishes Dragon’, an event most enjoyed by youngsters who can participate in the presentation.
The BC Arts Council, Aboriginal Success by 6, the North Thompson Sustainable Watershed Committee, the North Thompson Communities Foundation, and the North Thompson Star/Journal have all joined to help sponsor the event being hosted by the McLure Wildfire Monument Society, which is a Registered Charity.
Vendor space is still available at $10 for vendors and $30 for associations. Contact Susan at 250-672-5103, or Tracey at 250-672-0307.