Find rural roots in Eden Mills with the Wellington Wanderers

EDEN MILLS – Music at the Hall once again presents Rural Roots #1, an evening of timeless popular songs with the Wellington Wanderers on Nov. 18 at 7:30pm at the Eden Mills Community Hall (104 York Street). 

The Wellington Wanderers, a stage-full of seasoned musicians, will again gather in Eden Mills to present some of their favourite songs in “Rural Roots #1.”  

After last spring’s popular success, they invite you to join them for a new serving of well-known tunes.

From Canada’s Gordon Lighfoot and Joni Mitchell to Duke Ellington, you can sing along to memorable tunes like “Big Yellow Taxi,” “Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head” and “The Old Country Church.”

These life-long musicians hale from miles around – from Milton to Fergus to Guelph. 

Wandering around Wellington for as much as fifty years, they found each other and delight in performing together. Nassagaweyan farmer Steve Noonan, gathered these good friends to play for you. This is how the Wellington Wanderers were born.

The musicians are: Steve Noonan on guitar, vocals; Diane Corlett on vocals; Grant Campbell on guitar, vocals; Paul McDonal on the fiddle; Ross Clarkson playing the drums; Rob Stark on bass guitar and vocals; Jenny Vodarek on vocals and John Solberg playing piano.

“Music at the Hall” programs concerts and events to keep the village hopping, and to raise funds for the Community Hall operations.  The heritage Hall is proud to be carbon neutral! 

Tickets to the event are $20 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets can be purchased with cash at the door of the event, or in advance by PayPal, Visa or email at

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