Cultural Arts Society keeps the music coming to a restricted audience

Schedule announced to the end of August for Tuesday and Saturday performances

The Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society has announced its summer schedule through to the end of August at the Waterwheel Park bandshell.

Saturday shows feature two sets from 2-3 p.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday performances are from 7-9 p.m., with a break in between.

A maximum of 50 people can be accommodated in the audience area of the park at any time. Social distancing and contact tracing regulations will be in effect.

And it’s all pending any possible changes made by Dr. Bonnie Henry, as she keeps a close eye on the COVID-19 cases resulting from Phase 3 reopenings.

Related: Music soothes the COVID beast

Here’s the schedule of great entertainment the society has lined up to fill the void:

TUESDAYS

July 28 Doctors of Rock and Roll

Aug. 4 Glen Foster Group

Aug. 11 JoHannah Knight (singing three or four songs) and then The Hardware Girls

Aug. 18 Big Pacific

Aug. 25 Tropical Mayhem

SATURDAYS

Aug. 1 Bluegrass Fever and Malahat Drive

Aug. 8 South Island Rhythm Kings

Aug. 15 Wayne Montgomery

Aug. 22 Black Moon Valley (Old Time Rock and Roll)

Aug. 29 Songwriters Event

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