Miocene Summer Jam Sunday

There will be lots of opportunity for audience participation at the Miocene Summer Jam Sunday, July 24.

There will be lots of opportunity for audience participation at the Miocene Summer Jam Sunday, July 24.

The musical event with words to songs provided for the audience takes place from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Miocene Community Hall on the Horsefly Road.

Admission is by donation with proceeds  going to the Miocene Community Club.

Entertainment will be provided by members of various house bands including the Cariboo Blue Family Band with Sherry Foster on keyboards and Rocco Catalano on saxophone; the Lowden House Band of Horsefly, directed by Sue Goglin; popular B.C. crossover vocalist Ingrid Mapson and others.

Mapson will be showcased during the 1:30 p.m. warmup, intermission and also after the jam about 4 p.m. for those wanting to hear a little more.

Entertainers are coming for the event from as far away as England and Seattle.

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