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Letter: Support for the symphony

Let’s join her in the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra’s dream of being sold out for this Penticton concert

The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra will bring Peter and The Wolf to the Cleland Theatre at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, April 6.

It is a wonderful one-hour show where the original Prokofiev score is brought to life with seven actor/singer/dancers and of course, the OSO.

This is indeed a new venture for the orchestra, and they would like to do more of this programming here in the future. It is so very important that we show the producers we do want OSO family concerts in Penticton. They are wonderful concerts for all ages to enjoy. Rosemary Thompson is such a remarkable, talented community builder and she is so much fun.

Let’s join her in her dream of being sold out for this concert. Show her we do care as much as she does.

Thank you Penticton.

Bonnie Ross

Penticton

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