Summer music series wraps up

Go out with a bang, and leave the crowd anticipating the next series

Go out with a bang, and leave the crowd anticipating the next series.

That’s the plan of Mackie Lake House as they wrap up their Music at Mackie series Aug. 25 with the Dharma Dolls.

Comprised of three musically gifted ladies Tanya Lipscomb the singer songwriter extraordinaire, Judy Rose the jazz chanteuse, and Melina Moore the opera diva, these ladies are passionate about what they were born to do, which is to live their dharma by sharing their love for music.

“Their performance will make you laugh, cry and will leave you breathless,” said Christine Kashuba, Mackie Lake House manager.

“For a magical summer evening, come listen to marvelous music on the spacious lawns overlooking Kalamalka Lake.”

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and picnic dinner. Alternatively, a picnic dinner will be available for purchase with a ticket and dine al fresco.

“Join us for an evening filled with great views, tasty food, and amazing music,” Kashuba said.

Gates at 5 p.m., music at 6 p.m. Beer and wine are available at the cash bar. Tickets are available from the Ticket Seller, at, 250-549-7469. Concert tickets are $25 per person, and entrance is free for children under the age of 12.

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