Grand Finale For Summer JamsAugust 19, 2019
Wembley, AB – The Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum’s Summer Jams music series wraps up Aug. 24 as part of a full day of family activities that include featured musician Caity Benham.
Caity will deliver two performances – from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the Dino-O-Saur Patio. Her musical menu caters to a wide audience with covers of musicians and bands such as Credence Clearwater Revival, Tammy Wynette, the Animals, Johnny Cash, as well as some originals, and a lot in between.
A mother, singer/songwriter and an epileptic, Caity and her husband have two beautiful children. They push her to follow her dreams to play her music and always encourage her. As a strong woman, she always sings for charity and believes in her community.
Caity’s performance will move indoors in the event of inclement weather.
The day is a fundraiser for the Museum. Other activities includes a bouncy castle, yard games, face-painting and a silent auction.
“The Summer Jams series has provided local music fans with a great variety of performers over the past few months and is another way we enable residents and visitors to experience our wonderful facility,” says Brittany Westbury, Events and Communications Co-ordinator.
“It’s been a popular offering and we look forward to introducing even more people to our venue next summer in this distinctive way.”
The Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum – a 41,000 square foot world-class facility named for Canada’s preeminent palaeontologist and highlighting the rich fossil resources of Northern Alberta – opened its doors to the public on September 26, 2015. It is Canada’s second devoted dinosaur museum, and is located 19 kilometres west of the City of Grande Prairie in the Town of Wembley.
Media enquiries may be directed to:
Brittany Westbury Events and Communications Co-ordinator Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum 780-882-5852 firstname.lastname@example.org