Therapeutic Riding Society all set for barn dance

The Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society, located on the CV Exhibition Grounds off Headquarters Road in Courtenay, is a bee hive of activity these days as they prepare for their first annual CV Barn Dance charity fundraiser Saturday.

Gates open at 8 p.m. and the live music starts at 9 and runs until 1 a.m.

Designated Drivers will be on hand and parking is by donation off Dove Creek Road in the Dove Creek Field.

Angela Walker, one of the event co-ordinators who has been communicating with the exciting band “Montgomery County” coming up for the event from Victoria, says they are stoked to get up here and put on a show everyone will enjoy. Wayne Montgomery, the band’s lead singer, is honoured to be part of this amazing event and says he promises a high-energy, foot-stomping good time to be had by all.

The evening will have many exciting moments and there will be plenty to enjoy.

The 50/50 draw is always a crowd pleaser and two Kingfisher Oceanside Resort and Spa prize packages worth $400 each will be given away throughout the evening.

Tickets are $25 each and available at; Black Creek Farm and Feed, Shar-Kare, South Country Feed and Supply, Summerside Tack Shop, Tack Em Up Stables, The Quinsam Hotel in Campbell River and at the main gate while quantities last.

Come on out and support a wonderful society. And remember… “What happens in the barn, stays in the barn!”


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