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Jake Vaadeland kicks off November events at SHE-NANIGANS

Events of note this month include Jackie Kroczynski, Blue Mules, and more
True Swindler, Kelly Waters, Kayla Little-Popular, Glennda Ilett and Kaylee Butler host events at SHE-NANIGANS .

THE BATTLEFORDS ‑‑ SHE-NANIGANS at 792 108th St. is going to be jumping in the next few weeks as they host a number of shows. 

The events begin this Saturday, Nov. 20 with Jake Vaadeland and The Sturgeon River Boys at 8 p.m. that night. These singer-songwriters will bring bluegrass and rockabilly music to the Battlefords.

Also coming up on Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. is Jackie Kroczynski’s EP launch "Night at the Opry," a song she wrote for her father which rose up to number four on the Canadian Indie Top 40 in February. Music lovers are invited to come out to help celebrate therelease of her new EP.

Coming Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. is the Blue Mules, billed as “blues the way you like it.” 

Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. is a paint event ‑‑ There’s No Place like Gnome for the Holidays. Artist/instructor Faye Erickson will lead participants to create a unique gnome masterpiece. 

On Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. is Live Dangerously on Smooth 42. It’s a night where people can experience the the innovative Saskatchewan distillery Smooth 42, with food and beverage pairings. Reservations are required.

Kelly Waters says, “Hey, all supporters of live music and the local arts scene. There are a variety of interesting if not amazing live entertainment events upcoming at SHE-NANIGANS. If you are not familiar with this venue, it's located at 792 - 108th St. on a corner near the south side of the playground of Connaught School. Before it was this venue, it was the Slava Ukrainian Social Hall and before that the building was the Kinsmen Band Hall (see the wall with signatures from back in the day by the men's washroom)!

"We have a small professional stage and one-of-a-kind inspired ambience sure to capture your imagination. Many people come for supper before the show … some people snack during the event. Yes, we have a liquor licence and bar that features Saskatchewan spirits and brews often using fresh juice in the cocktails. The creative curated menu features numerous Saskatchewan products and accommodates more dietary needs.

“Tickets can be purchased online at or calling Glennda at (306)481-5474. Sometimes tickets are available at the door but don't count on it for events as Jake Vaadeland this Saturday night.”

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