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Missed New Year's? Kelowna's Jazz Café offers a second chance

Anna Jacyszyn will show Kelowna what Chinese New Year is all about this month with a performance on the eve of the 15-day celebration. - contributed
Anna Jacyszyn will show Kelowna what Chinese New Year is all about this month with a performance on the eve of the 15-day celebration.
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It's been four days since Jan. 1 and the start of those dastardly New Year's resolutions.

If you're dreading the cleanse, already cheating, avoiding the treadmill or still burying the bills and ledgers under the couch cushions, jazz singer Anna Jacyszyn might have the perfect solution—a second chance.

We're talking to the local songbird whose unique vision has created the very popular Jazz Café, a monthly club for jazz music enthusiasts, about her plans for the next New Year's celebration.

With the monthly Jazz Café meet-up poised for Jan. 22, the eve before the Jan. 23 start of the 15-day Chinese New Year's celebration, she's taking the holiday by the reins and planning an extra special evening.

Story will be out in the Kelowna Capital News this Friday.

jsmith@kelownacapnews.com

 

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