Winnipeg’s Don Amero is all about giving. With that in mind Stage North has teamed up with the Friendship Centre to provide dinner and a show as a fundraiser for the food bank. The show will be held at the Legacy Centre Sunday, November 25.
Juno Award winner for Aboriginal Album of the year, Don Amero appears as part of a trio that sings new, heartwarming music and Christmas classics. His warm personality and funny stories will leave you feeling good about life: ‘The Bells of St. Peters’ open the show.
Dinner of stew and bannock will be served at 5:00 p.m. at the Legacy Centre. The show starts at 6:00 p.m. so you can bring your kids and get them home in time for bed. Tickets for the show can be purchased at the Source, the Rotary Library, REMAX and online at stagenorth.org. The meal can be purchased at the Legacy Centre on the day of the show.
Winnipeg’s Don Amero brings his Christmas show to Slave Lake on Sunday, Nov. 25. Stage North is teaming up with the Friendship Centre to make it a fundraiser for the food bank.