Kootenai Heritage Council event will feature country music stars
Now celebrating 20 years since the renovation of its historic location and the official opening of the doors of the Libby Memorial Events Center, this versatile historic landmark has become an essential part of local infrastructure.
Run by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, this non-profit community venue proudly presents an annual season of live performances focused on preserving heritage, enhancing culture and contributing to social, educational and cultural well-being. economy of Lincoln County.
Outside of the live performance season, the center opens its facilities to host special events, banquets, community fundraisers, school concerts and productions, corporate and private seminars, state and federal elections. , youth leadership training, educational workshops for area educators, weddings, memorials, and much more.
On Saturday, October 8, the Kootenai Heritage Council will host its first KHC/Libby Memorial Events Center Foundation event: “Nashville Nights.”
This special evening of entertainment straight out of Nashville, Tennessee will feature ALM-Nashville Hall of Fame duo Moore & Moore, as well as James Carothers, about whom Rolling Stone Country’s Will Hodge recently wrote, “It sounds like to a soundtrack for the grand tour that celebrates the country’s classic history of rowdy crooners and sentimental outlaws.”
Carothers is best known for their Stone Country originals and impressions of some of country music’s biggest icons and will come to the Foundation event with over 2,000 appearances on the Nashville music scene and a standing ovation at the Grand Ole Opry under his belt.
Moore and Moore have been blending harmonies reminiscent of The Judds since 1991, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard, R&R and Gavin Charts and touring as opening acts for the legendary Statler Brothers over the course of their career.
In addition to the authentic country experience on stage, the foundation event will serve a delicious meal and dessert of freshly smoked filet mignon. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
Throughout the evening there will be silent auctions, games, raffles and a short program to highlight how the Libby Memorial Events Center and the Kootenai Heritage Council serve and directly impact greater communities. of Libby and Troy.
As with any nonprofit, fundraising is part of the Kootenai Heritage Council’s puzzle.
Supporting the annual operations and maintenance of the Libby Memorial Events Center is no small feat.
It is through the generous support of local businesses, organizations, individual donors, specialty grants and events like this that the facility continues to thrive and expand its many points of service and outreach.
Reserved tables are now open for the “Nashville Nights” event.
Individual tickets are available on a limited basis and do not guarantee seating arrangements for the evening.
For more information on advance reservations and rates, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/598310011742429or contact the Libby Memorial Events Center via email at [email protected] or by phone at 406-293-9643.