The second event in a new series at Moon Gate Guest House, born from our Metis and French roots. Welcome to our kitchen, where friends gather for delicious food and Manitoba music.
Pear Salad (BC pears with organic greens)
Wood-fired Pulled Chicken & Cole Slaw on fresh sourdough (Our own free range chicken and sourdough made in the wood-fired oven.)
Garlicky mashed potatoes (Danny’s Market Garden spuds and Emma’s Garden garlic.)
Pain au sirop (Made with organic Manitoba flour drizzled with caramel sauce.)
Valiant grape juice mock tail (Grapes grown on our farm.)
Coffee and tea (Serving locally roasted Trails End coffee.)
BYOB (We’ll have glasses and ice available.)
Cocktails at 6:00 pm. Dinner at 6:30 pm. Doors at 7:30 pm. Show at 8:30 pm.
Based on per person.
1. Shared Accommodations, dinner & concert – $115 (ask about our single rate) 2. Reservation for dinner & concert – $65 (limited seating)
3. Advance concert ticket – $20
Please contact Jenny at 204-348-2473 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your accommodations.
Advance on-line dinner & concert tickets via Eventbrite and Facebook. VISA, MC, AMEX.
You must reserve in advance for dinner.
If you would like to attend the concert only and want to pay cash at the door, please contact Paulette at 204-799-0203 (text only) or email email@example.com to reserve your seat.
Featuring Jeremy Proctor, singer songwriter from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada.
Jeremy has been writing and playing music for most of his life. He sings his own lyrics and has written songs, produced independent records and traveled, playing shows in most Canadian Provinces and Territories over the years. His music could be described as ‘Folk’, however, it’s his lyrics and finger style guitar that stand out. Bending genres and making people laugh and stamp their feet, singing along while they may not know the words to his songs. Some memorable performances include Winnipeg Folk Festival, CD release parties and other shows at West End Cultural Centre.
“Jeremy Proctor is a talented artist who successfully mixes a razor-sharp wit and an appreciation for wordplay with sadness and introspection. It’s his words that first made, and continue to make, the strongest impression on me. I was completely drawn in by the songs on this record; they make me wish that he came to play in Ontario more often.” Rachel Jagt, Rambles, April 26, 2003