Cougar Annie on stage in Metchosin

East Sooke entertainer Katrina Kadoski will transform into B.C. historical icon Cougar Annie on Sunday, June 10.

East Sooke entertainer Katrina Kadoski will transform into B.C. historical icon Cougar Annie on Sunday, June 10.

This tough woman, known for trapping dozens of cougars, lived in a rainforest bog, opened a post office and outlived four husbands.

Kadoski’s one-woman show will be a compilation of original songs, spoken word, letters and a slide show bringing Cougar Annie to life.

Kadoski plays six different characters.

The performance is at the Metchosin Community Hall, 4401 William Head Rd.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids.

The show is not suitable for children under 10.

Partial Proceeds to the Boat Basin Foundation to help maintain Cougar Annie’s Garden.

The show starts at 7 p.m.

editor@goldstreamgazette.com

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