Sofia Talvik, Swedish singer-songwriter, takes the stage
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Sofia Talvik
Sofia Talvik
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WARDSBORO- Wardsboro Curtain Call is a small volunteer group of Wardsboro residents with a great interest in bringing entertainment to Wardsboro’s Town Hall. The hall is usually set up in cafe fashion for the shows. Excellent refreshments are available, and most shows are BYOB (wine, beer).

WCC is pleased to announce the 2017 Music Series schedule:

Opening the series on Saturday, April 22, is Swedish singer-songwriter Sofia Talvik. Talvik has been compared with giants like Joni Mitchell and Judy Collins, but has her own raw quality, a down to earth sound that makes her brilliant songwriting skills shimmer even more. Admission includes smorgasbord-type refreshments.

The next event is a dance party on Friday, May 19, with tunes provided by six-piece Brattleboro-based Wyld Nightz Band. Admission includes a pasta supper, so doors will open at 6 pm.

Later shows will be announced closer to dates. All shows will be in the Wardsboro Town Hall on Main Street. Music begins at 7 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm unless otherwise noted. Admission is $10 at the door. For more information about the shows visit www.WardsboroCurtainCall.net or email kwkmdavis@yahoo.com.
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