Beatty House entertainment

Coming Friday

Carrie Korpiniski is hosting what’s going to be a FUN entertaining roots-folk-alt country concert this coming Friday evening at the Beatty House, featuring the very talented, charming and funny duo known as Broken Down Suitcase, dropping in to Rimbey for a one night show Friday, November 16th. Doors open at 7:00 pm, concert starts at 7:30 pm.

Please contact Carrie directly, or text/call her at 403-704-0240, or message her through Facebook. See also the FB event page:

The group is made up of Ben Caldwell – you might recognize him from the Folk Road Show concert here last month – and Eric Larocque, both multi-instrumentalists (guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, drums) & great singers with fab harmony. And they love shopping at the Tickle Trunk!

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