MRC Pontiac unveils new serie of shows in the region
Article published on 7 December 2017
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The MRC Pontiac made an important announcement last night. In partnership with Pontiac Community Radio 101.9 and Dotoris Hall in Témiscaming, the MRC Pontiac unveiled the first season of a new serie of shows in the Pontiac.

MRC Pontiac Warden , Jane Toller, said at last night’s CHIP AGM that with a little imagination and willingness, the Pontiac could achieve goals that might seem out of reach for a small community:

Two shows are scheduled this winter, first the Grandes Crues; a comedy duo formed by Marie-Lyne Joncas and Ève Côté who will charm a large audience thanks to their style of humor. This show will take place on February 1st. Tickets are now available for pre-sale at a cost of $ 26 either at the CHIP 101.9 office at 138 Principale Street in Fort-Coulonge or at the MRC Pontiac at 602 Highway 301 North in Campbell’s Bay.

Another show to be held is Amelie Hall, which will take place on April 12.

Both shows will take place in the auditorium of Sieur- de -Coulonge High School. Details will also be available via mrcpontiac.qc.ca

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