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Five Days in July

Christ Church Anglican, Beehive Flooring, and 
9 Mile Legacy Brewing present:


A benefit for Saskatoon Refugee Action Network

Named for a standout album by Canada’s iconic Blue Rodeo, 
FIVE DAYS IN JULY presents five consecutive Thursday evenings (July 4, 11, 18, 25, & 32) of top-drawer acoustic roots and indie rock music, along with craft beer and carpet bowling, all to help raise money for refugee resettlement in Saskatoon.

Christ Church Anglican, a dark horse jewel of a concert venue nestled in the heart of Caswell Hill, offers panoramic high ceilings and stained-glass windows as a visual backdrop for the stunning acoustics generated in the sanctuary space.

While we look forward to raising money for the musicians and for the cause, we’re also excited to present all this entertainment at 1990s prices: $10/night, or purchase a FIVE DAYS IN JULYfestival pass, all five weeks for $40. Doors each night at 7 pm, music starts at 8.

July 4th: Saskatoon Local History Trivia Night, hosted by ‘local history room’ geeks Terry Hoknesand Rev Mark Kleiner, plus Debbie ‘Vanna’ Calladine, along with much loved music trio All Together Now playing a special set of CanCon classics from yesteryear. 

July 11th: Jay Semko with Steph Cameron

July 18th: Jen Lane & John Antoniuk

July 25th: Eileen Laverty

July 32nd: The Waverley Pickers featuring Kacy & Clayton and friends 

While the music unfolds upstairs, patrons will have opportunity to carpet bowl downstairs alongside a bar stocked with a carefully curated selection of 9 Mile Beer and wine options, as well as mocktails and good food.

Concert proceeds support some great Saskatoon musicians, as well as help the Saskatoon Refugee Action Network (S.R.A.N.) in its burgeoning efforts to reunite a six-member family originally from Myanmar (and now warehoused in a Thai refugee camp) with family members already living in Saskatoon. So far, 25K towards the 42K goal has been raised in just six weeks.  

For more information on FIVE DAYS IN JULY, please contact:
Mark Kleiner – 306 222.3844 /