Tom Petty tribute “gonna come around here”

Martyn Jones bears a striking resemblance to Tom Petty and has the voice to bring these songs to life in any sized venue or stage. He is a seasoned veteran performer who has ultimate respect for the Man and his songs, and the people who love them.
“Don’t Come Around Here No More” 
“Free Fallin'” 
“Learning to Fly” 
“Don’t Do Me Like That” 
“American Girl”
“I Won’t Back Down” 
“You Don’t Know How It Feels”

Jimmy Leguilloux is a dream guitarist for any group. Hugely talented, Jimmy dazzles concert crowds with his fiery playing and fearless presence. His wonderful voice is the perfect harmony match for Martyn Jones’s delivery of these great Tom Petty classics.

Jimmy has a rich history playing guitar around Western Canada and elsewhere and is highly respected for his community work including his annual benefit concert for children.

A shared love of the music and the desire to represent it properly moved Marty and Jimmy to create

A Sincere Tribute
Tuesday July 30
7:30 p.m.
Frank Venables Theatre
Tickets $39.50

They have assembled a solid band of veteran players and bring all the elements necessary to play this dream setlist properly and really connect Tom Petty’s songs to fans everywhere.

Appreciate water at Oliver Museum

Did you know that Oliver’s irrigation system, also known as the Ditch, turns 100 this year?

The Oliver Museum will be holding a Water Appreciation Day on July 27th from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm to recognize the historical role of water in Oliver and its continued importance in this area.

Come learn about the Ditch’s history and water conservation in the main Museum gallery, try your hand at a coloring sheet, share your thoughts on a comment wall, or attend one of the demonstrations and talks occurring every half-hour throughout the morning. Water walls built by the Museum’s “Splash from the Past” campers will be on display in the Museum yard throughout the day.

The event schedule is as follows:
10:00 am: Welcome and display viewing in main gallery
10:30 am: Garden tour about plants and animals in riparian environments
11:30 am: Gold panning in the Museum yard and talk on placer vs. hard rock mining
12:30 pm: Water wall demonstration in Museum yard
1:00 pm: Event ends, but Museum remains open

We welcome you to explore the ways in which we interact with this most important natural resource and its history in our area. For more information, please contact the Oliver Archives at 250-498-4027 or info @