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Monday Supper is a multi-generational event designed to offer hospitality, food, friendship and story - to make friends

and bless the people of our town. 

Meet This Month's Artist


Our Goal

It’s an opportunity to invite people from the community to join in a by-donation/free meal

It’s done in the knowledge that God brings people together to strengthen, feed, heal and connect.

Here’s how it goes:



4:30 Kitchen team arrives (at the latest)


5:00 Hosting team arrives. Musicians typically arrive at this time, bring in their own sound equipment if they wish, or use our provided small system. Set up.


5:15 Doors open and our musical guest plays music to set a comfortable tone as people arrive. Coffee and tea are available.


5:30 We gather, are welcomed, and our musical guest performs 1 or 2 songs as people listen.


5:40-ish  DINNER


6:10-ish  We hear a great bible story told by heart (sometimes with audience participation!)

Our musical guest shares a couple of presentations of their own choosing. The music is pop or folk, bluegrass, country, choral, instrumental - a wide variety of styles. We even sing a song or two, sometimes.


We eat dessert and chat.


7:00pm We end with a blessing. Those who wish can stay and pray together with one of our leaders. Those who can help do a bit of tidy-up.


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Sing along to a variety of well-known tunes with Kathleen Estabrooks.


Member of the former Haute Aire a cappella quartet, founder of the Summerland Guitar Group, and director of numerous epic musical collaborations, Kathleen is well-known and appreciated in the Okanagan Valley.

John Denver, Lena Horne, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Chris DeBurgh, Nanci Griffith, Fats Waller, Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee, Helen Reddy, Iris Dement, Rosalie Sorrels, Blossom Dearie, Peter, Paul and Mary and Patsy Cline, among others, are all bricks in the foundation of Kathleen's musical house.



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Priest, photographer, and parlez-vous extrordinaire, Ken Gray likes to play and perform folk and pop standards, along with a few originals. Recently returned to the Okanagan, Ken has a love for Our Little Town of Summerland that continues to grow unabated. In addition to church music production, Ken’s work has included the 1995 founding of the Musaic Vocal Ensemble. With Larry Crawford he founded Jazz Vespers in 2004.


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The Packing House Social Club is David Jonsson, Marilyn West, Jim Munn and Tom Burley - members who share a love of all that is bluegrass & country music. The band is a local favourite, featured at the Summerland Community Arts Council's "Friday Night Live" shows, in concert at Angus Place, the Summerland Legion, at the Summerland Bluegrass Festival, and can be seen and heard regularly at the Summerland Rotary Sunday Market.


From Bill Munroe to Hank Williams to Union Station, the Packing House remains faithful to its bluegrass and country roots. They also have been known to give a playful bluegrass treatment to unexpected tunes from the Rolling Stones to Metallica. With wry humour and laidback style, the band invites you onto their front porch of song with the guitar, mandolin and fiddle.


Monday Supper is the first venue for the Packing House this season. They will be at the Summerland Bluegrass Festival the following Saturday, July 1st, and the Sunday Market the day after: Sunday July 2nd.



A winner of the Summerland Chamber of Commerce Arts and Culture award, Linnea Good is a singer-songwriter and community animator. She and drummer/husband David Jonsson have toured in concert throughout Canada and into US and abroad, and recently have returned from an annual friendship tour of India. She teaches music locally and online - and she and Betty-Ann Xenis are orchestrating the return of the Summerland Music Camp for children July 3-7/23.


Robert Johnson - Robert has been playing guitar in several musical genres since the early sixties, as a solo performer, in a duo with vocalist Liz Campbell, and with the Kelowna-based band “Blues Tribe”. In 2005, “Blues Tribe” released an album entitled "Soul Medicine", which you will still hear featured on local radio stations in the Okanagan. Bob now performs in the trio “So_Co” – a seamless blend of latin, blues, jazz and rock. They recently released a CD of their best: “Eclectic Avenue”. The band will perform on Jammin’ Jazz Night at the Summerland Senior’s Centre, April 28/23. Meanwhile, we get Bob at Monday Supper!


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