The Old-Brule Heritage Society invites the public to its third annual Live Music Benefit fundraiser to be held at the Krobar in Brule for the Monticello School and Museum Archives Project in Maple. Valentine's Day is the theme for this Feb. 10 dance with live music and a spaghetti dinner.

Advance tickets are available for a $10 donation, or six for $50, from society members and from the Krobar in Brule. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Each ticket is good for three or more large door prize drawings, live dance music and a spaghetti dinner with home-baked bars and goodies which will be served from noon until 4 p.m.

Music will start at 1 p.m. and continue through 5 p.m. Veteran performers Russ Darwin, Bill Kangas, Fran Miller, Ted Pellman, Brian Raivala, Tom Rich, Mike Sauvola, Tina Souza and others will take turns entertaining the crowd.

Tickets for prize drawings and a 50-50 drawing will be available for $1, or six for $5. Kids age 12 and under can enjoy dinner and enter a special kids drawing for $5.

Contact Mary Ann, (715) 398-5493, Audrey, (715) 364-2673 or Jim, (715) 363-2549, for information or to donate items.

Visit or on the Friends of Old-Brule Heritage Society Facebook page to learn more.