Cougar Annie Tales live at the Library next Friday, June 9 at 7pm

Night out at the theatre? Next Friday, the Pemberton Library will transform into our theatre in the round for a one woman musical tribute to legendary pioneer of Vancouver Island, Cougar Annie.

Katrina Kadoski moved to an off-the-grid historical homestead 33 miles north of Tofino in 2007. It belonged to a reclusive settler, Cougar Annie, who lived there for more than 70 years, outlived four husbands, shot plenty of cougars, and started a post office, and sprouted a fascination with the woman, that turned into this acclaimed solo theatre piece.

Here’s the story behind the show:

Cougar Annie tales

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