Old Man Leudecke to play The Townhouse, Nov. 12

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Wednesday, Nov. 12, 8pm  
Tickets – $20 (tickets must be bought in advance)

We’re so excited to announce that we’re getting a visit from everyone’s favourite banjo-picking troubadour, The Old Man himself! This will sell out, and probably fast!

HOW DO I GET A TICKET???
E-mail me at AntigonishTownhouse@gmail.com or call the pub after 4pm at (902) 863-2248 to reserve your ticket. Then come in and pay (cash, please, goes directly to the artist) by Sunday, Nov. 9th to secure your ticket. Any tickets not paid for after the 10th will be made available to the public. A ticket guarantees you admittance, but not a particular seat (or a perfect view!), so come early to stake out the best spots and grab a bite!

And in the meantime, don’t miss…

Oct. 25 – JERRY GRANELLI
8PM, $10 suggested donation to AHA
In case you’ve missed it, legendary percussionist (played with Vince Gauraldi and Mose Allison) and all around fascinating guy, Jerry Granelli is spending a long weekend here with Arts & Health Antigonish (AHA), leading a series of workshopsand events.


What happens when you bring together AHA!, with a mission statement to foster creative expresssion for community health, and ASAP, the rtist-run centre, with Jerry Granelli, internationally-acclaimed jazz drummer, Buddhist Meditation teacher and leadership facilitator?  Join us Monday night at the Townhouse for the final event in this four-day workshop series which promises to be spontaneous and entertaining.

This AHA! fundraising event will include some of the finest local artists and musicians, such as Donald MacLennan, in creative conversation with Jerry.

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