Princeton's favourite harpist is returning. Ingrid Schellenberg of Naramata will be playing at Riverside Theatre this Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

Ingrid Schellenberg returns

The Princeton Arts Council presents the return of Ingrid Schellenberg, first harp of the Okanagan Symphony on Sunday at 2:00 pm.

The Princeton Arts Council proudly presents the return of Ingrid Schellenberg, first harp of the Okanagan Symphony on Sunday, November 27 at 2:00 pm. Ingrid completes the Fall Concert Series which returned to Princeton after a long absence. Ms. Schellenberg loves performing in Princeton and would like to give a little something back to the community. The Princeton Arts Council and Ingrid have teamed up to assist the Crisis Centre and we are encouraging everyone to bring a non perishable food item for the Crisis Centre.  A drop box will be provided at the door.  Tickets are only $5.00 for children and $10.00 for adults.

The children who attended the ballet were so excited by the magic of the dancers that we wanted that magic to continue.  Ingrid will be including some Christmas, traditional, country, and even rock and roll in her repertoire and something very special for the children.  We guarantee a magical afternoon at Riverside Centre. Tickets will be available at the door or you can pick them up at Thomasina’s Tea Room or the Sunflower Gallery.


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