TGIF listings

Penticton Western News TGIF listings for March 2 to 8.

  • Mar. 2, 2012 3:00 p.m.

Entertainment

BARLEY MILL PUB — Karaoke 2.0 every Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 p.m. Watch sports on 23 TVs and one 11-foot screen.

ELITE RESTAURANT — Open Mic Night every Friday at 8 p.m. Share your talents, hidden or otherwise, at the Elite After 6; a great way to try out new material or check out the local music.

GREY SAGE PUB — Free pool every Sunday, poker and prizes every Tuesday, music bingo every Wednesday and karaoke with Sky every Thursday in the OK Falls Hotel. Sports on the big screen.

VOODOO’S — Thursday Night Blues Jam.

Concerts

March 3 — Acclaimed composer and pianist Tania Gill, originally from Victoria, is touring with her Bolger Station Quartet, featuring three of Canada’s outstanding jazz musicians, each with a distinguished career recording and touring with numerous projects. Coming to the Opus Café Bistro in the Cannery Trade Centre at 7:30 p.m.

March 3 — Raghu Lokanathan and Corwin Fox return to the Dream Café. The pair have teamed up to craft a wonderfully layered folk album, Blue Girl, to present to the audience. Tickets are $12.

March 6 — Brent Tyler and Calvin Locke present Big Love, No Money, their Western Canada tour at the Elite. Aggressive acoustic music accompanied  with lungs befit of Tyler’s seven-foot stature. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $8.

March 8 — Thursday Night Showcase at Smith and Company Coffee House. Young singer/songwriter Josh Manning, Russ Stasiuk and Penticton’s own Flashback headline the evening. Tickets are $17 for adults, $10 for students.

Events

March 7 — Summerland Film club is showing The Tobacco Conspiracy, a documentary that takes a look at the international conspiracy of a criminally negligent industry. Showing at the Rosedale Room of the Summerland Legion at 7:30 p.m. Admission by donation.

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