YOU ARE INVITED
to a Diamond Valley Chamber of Commerce social event .
The DVCC is having an evening of music & networking taking place on April 10th , from 7pm to 9pm, at 151 3rd Ave NE, Black Diamond.
It’s an impromptu musical event that we’ve put together in an effort to bring together business owners and operators, frontage and home-based, from the Diamond Valley and area communities of Black Diamond, Longview, Millarville, Priddis, and Turner Valley.
Hopefully the event will be a success through getting us all in the same room to introduce ourselves, discuss some challenges of working in this area, how the DVCC can advocate for your business, and chat about ideas for local collaboration. Membership to the DVCC is not required, just BYOB and a desire to meet some other people.
Soft drinks will be served, BYOB if you'd like to drink something stronger, and finger foods for snacking.
PLEASE RSVP to DiamondValleyChamber@gmail.com
ABOUT OUR MUSICAL GUESTS
Our musical guests offer a lively and contemporary mix of roots, rock, folk music with acoustic stylings... Jay Gavin: Roots/Country recording artist Jay Gavin is a staple of the Vancouver country scene, performing all around town with his band The Tired Sunday Choir. His interpretation of classic country tunes as well as his heartfelt originals shines with passion and grit, all while bringing together elements of classic country, bluegrass, and rock music. (https://www.jaygavinmusic.com/epk) Emmett Jerome: Originally from Southern Alberta, Emmett has cut his teeth in blues and country bands since he was just a young boy. Now based in Vancouver, he has established himself as a hardworking newcomer on the local scene, performing solo, with his band The Wulfnotes, or as a dependable sideman. (https://www.emmettjeromemusic.ca/contact-press) Murray Rodgers is a songwriter, guitar player and producer, having performed and recorded his own records locally and internationally. His most recent album, I’m A Shoe, was recorded on Rob Bartlett’s old Sundae Sound Neve console in Bragg Creek, with a stellar list of Alberta studio musicians. He co-writes with artists in Nashville and Vancouver, and recently moved to Black Diamond where he has set up a base for his various creative and business ventures. (https://moro.rocks/)