The Morinville Community Cultural Centre has announced its lineup for the 2018-2019 season.
 
The Mainstage Series features four performances that are completely new to the stage in Morinville. The season begins on November 10, with The Great Canadian Songbook performance with folk group Tiller's Folly, singer/songwriter Ken Lavigne, and Inuit singer Diyet. The performance will feature many Canadian classics.
 
Two of the Mainstage Series events, Nashville Hurricane and Coig, will feature a buffet dinner before the performance.
 
"This season, we tried to bring a balance of fresh performances as well as building on successes of previous years," said Ryan Telfer, events and culture coordinator with the Town of Morinville. "Live entertainment brings community togetherand offers fresh opportunities for interaction, meeting and shared communal experience. Our hope is that individuals experience something memorable that they can carry with them."
 
Mainstage Series wraps up on April. 5 with ABRA Cadabra.
 
Mainstage Series:
November 10 – The Great Canadian Songbook
February 1 – Nashville Hurricane
March 22 – Còig
April 5 – ABRA Cadabra
 
The Family Series will feature three returning performers with new shows.
 
Family Series:
November 3 – Will’s Jams Live
January 26 – Al Simmons
February 23 – Outerbridge – Magical Odyssey
 
Brochures for the upcoming season will be available at the Active Living Fair.

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