Dayna Manning performing at Cultural Centre

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Juno nominated artist Dayna Manning will be holding a concert this Saturday at the North Peace Cultural Centre, featuring all original songs.

The local singer and songwriter will perform with various local artists, including Bettyanne Hampton, Joscelyn Hannaford and Dave Tolley.

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Manning will perform two-35 minute sets.

She was one of the artists featured at the Cultural Centre’s Spotlight 2010 and her music can be heard on Moose FM.

Tickets for the show are $32 for adults and $20 for children. They can be purchased at the North Peace Cultural Centre box office, online at or at Whole Wheat and Honey Café.

For more information about Manning, visit her website at


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