The Sonny Boys Band will be raising the roof during the Interior Provincial Exhibition, performing at the Armstrong Kin Club’s dance and beer garden Sept. 4 and 5 at 9 p.m. in the Armstrong Curling Club.
“We look forward to this event every year,” said Kevin Bader, with the Sonny Boys. “This will be the 12th time Sonny Boys have had the privilege of playing for the Kin at the IPE. They do amazing work in the area and we’re proud to be able to host a fun-filled night of music for the Kin, knowing that the funds raised go directly back into worthy causes in the community.”
There is no cover charge to get into the dance and beer gardens.
“We’ve done the dance forever,” said Lynne Anderson, club president. “It’s always a great couple of nights and we love the Sonny Boys. The guys are awesome and we enjoy their music so much.”
Among the projects the Armstrong Kin Club has supported are the skateboard park, the new playground at Memorial Park, the free Christmas family skate, local bursaries, breakfast programs at all of the local schools and partnering with Boston Pizza and Cops for Kids to raise $20,000 last year.