The amazing talents of Kylee Carver of Fillmore, and Jacquie Walbaum of Stoughton, will be on full display April 1st, when they present their Sirens Dueling Pianos concert at the Fillmore Memorial Hall. 

The show appeals to all ages, combining their powerhouse vocals and musicianship, and a wide variety of musical genres to sing-along to, including rock, pop, R&B and more.

Jenn Kosior, President of the Fillmore Memorial Hall Board, shared that this is their first live fundraiser in a couple of years, and they are super excited to bring everybody back to the hall.

"They have rave reviews and we cannot wait to hear them in person." 

Kosior explained that this is their first major fundraiser, normally holding two or three during the year. "We maintain the building. I think it's 75 years old now, and since this board came on eight years ago, we have done more than $60,000 in upgrades. Now with everything being expensive with inflation and carbon taxes, we are wanting to make sure that we keep the doors open for this entire community."

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Kosior mentioned that there will also be a silent auction at the event. "We have a guaranteed 50/50, sponsored by Top Notch Farm Supply, a midnight lunch sponsored by Travis Carlson of Corr Grain, and we also have designated drivers available, as well as babysitting on site."

She explained that the entire basement will be set up for kids for the evening to have a great time as well. "We will have many volunteers and certified babysitters to hang out with your kids," she said.

Koisor expressed that they are really looking forward to having everyone out at the Fillmore Memorial Hall.

Doors will open at 7:00 p.m., with the show getting underway at 8:00 p.m.

Tickets are $35 in advance, or $40 at the door. Tickets are selling fast, with only 200 tickets being sold for the event.

Those looking for more information or to purchase tickets, can contact Jenn Kosior at 306-331-6778.

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