Lisle Clarke and the Johnny Oliver Band rocked the Stanley Bridge Centre on Sunday, July 24. They’re back at it next Sunday, 7 pm (also at the SBC). You can buy your tickets at Wednesday’s and Saturday’s farmers markets at the SBC, 9 am to 1 pm. You don’t want to miss them in action!
George Dalton, a well known Summerside historian and avid researcher of the life and times of Island mapmaker and innovator Samuel L. Holland, led a fascinating history circle discussion at the Stanley Bridge Centre recently. Holland is a famous ancestor of Dalton’s. History circles will be held on a regular basis at the Stanley Bridge Centre and everyone is invited to attend, free of charge.
The annual general meeting of the Stanley Bridge Memorial Society Inc., will be held Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 7 pm at the Stanley Bridge Centre (SBC), 9979, Rte 6 (by the gas station). The public is welcome to attend. Also, a farmer’s market runs at the SBC Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 9 am to 1 pm, starting July 2 and a Sunday concert series featuring the Johnny Oliver Band and other performers will run throughout July and August.
The Stanley Bridge Centre’s farmer’s market is open for the season, running Saturdays and Wednesdays, 9 am to 1 pm, for the rest of the summer. Featuring a variety of vendors, the market has been a draw for people of all ages, including parents and their hungry children. Lots of wonderful things to enjoy at the SBC this summer.
Members of the Johnny Oliver Band, including Dakota Oliver, providing stirring vocals, rocked onlookers at the Stanley Bridge Centre Sunday, July 3, the opening of the Sunday night concert series at the SBC. The next performance is July 17, when the Johnny Oliver Band will be joined on stage by the Mid-Life Crisis Comedy Tour. The rock-country-comedy extravaganza kicks off at 7 pm, with tickets modestly priced at $15.
The acclaimed Johnny Oliver Band, with special guest performers, is playing Sundays all summer at the Stanley Bridge Centre, beginning July 3 at 7 pm. Special guest performers include Dakota Fanning. Tickets are $10 for Stanley Bridge Memorial Society members, $12 for regular tickets and $15 at the door. Don’t miss the fun, come to the SBC for a rollicking good show, beginning Sunday, July 3.