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Jenn Beaupre returns to Drumheller stage

    The Equinox Arts and Culture Society is excited to announce that Jenn Beaupre will be returning to the stage in Drumheller as part of a fundraising evening for the non-profit organization.
    Most residents of the valley are familiar with Jenn’s music and talent, having seen her on the stage at various town events or music festivals.
    Jenn is an award winning musician who spent her teen years growing up in Drumheller. She has performed at various public and private events throughout Canada.
    Jenn also tried her hand at Canadian Idol and excelled through to the night right before the top 10 were chosen. The judges praised her accurate vocals and quirky style.
    She has also spoken at various events, addressing youth issues such as bullying, self-confidence and body image.
    Jenn finished her newest album, Lullabies for Grown-ups, in late 2007 just prior to the world renowned Moscow Ballet inviting her to open for their Canadian tour in 2008 and 2009.
    “When we were planning this event as our first fundraiser we wanted somebody talented, unique, and ideally somebody who would resonate with folks living in town. Jenn was the perfect fit for us. We are extremely excited to have her on board and can’t wait to hear her perform” says Eloise Smylie, one of five board members with the society.
    The event will be taking place December 9, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kaleidoscope Theatre. Tickets are available for purchase at Community Futures, Riverside Value Drug Mart, and DrumFM.
    Equinox Arts and Culture Society is a non-profit organization whose mandate is to support and help strengthen non-profit organizations in building and sustaining healthy communities through partnerships as well as both encouraging the appreciation of arts and culture as well as promoting these industries in the region. For more information on the organization or the event, please call 403-823-5930.

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