The Friends of the Forces Fellowship is hosting its 10th annual Fellowship Musical Revue on March 24th at the Timothy Eaton Centre.  

“Our job is when people come to Moose Jaw, we try and involve them in the community so that when they come here, they feel they are more a part of things. So, we do a show that involves people from the base as well as people from the community and they connect and have a good afternoon of quality entertainment,” said Lyle Johnson from Friends of the Forces Fellowship. 

The event will bring in more than seven acts, including a few surprise musicians. In attendance will be Snowbird Pilot Captain Rich MacDougall singing and playing guitar, Bonnie and the Jets bring a country pop sound to the revue, Celtic band Desperate for Haggis, mainstay performer Kelly Sapergia on piano and numerous other solo acts. 

There will be more than just music on offer at the revue, a penny parade and 50/50 draw will take place, Snowbirds merchandise will be available, and lunch will be served during the half time intermission of the show.  

“It's the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force this year so we (will) try and incorporate something about that too,” said Johnson. 

Tickets are available at the Timothy Eaton Centre on the day of the event for $8, with doors opening at 12:30 with the show starting at 1p.m.  

Funds raised by the event go towards the Friends of the Forces Fellowship in support of current and former members of the military community who have found themselves in need of assistance.