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Tea Dance on Canada Day

The Evergreen Club is pleased to present the July 1 Tea Dance on Tuesday, July 1 at 2 p.m.

“It’s such a fun afternoon and it’s all free,” said Evergreen Club volunteer Bea Tomkinson. “Free cake, free lemonade, free tea, and free coffee! It’s all free.”

It takes place upstairs in the Courtenay Recreation’s Native Sons Hall.

The Georgia Strait Big Band will supply the live music which offers pure dancing and listening tunes.

From the Count to the Duke, Miller and Gillespie, the Georgia Strait Big Band entertains with music from the most exciting composers of the 20th century.

“This is an event that every age group can enjoy,” club volunteer Gail Flynn said.

Gather your friends, neighbours and family, and swing by to check out this joyous community gathering. For more information call The Evergreen Club at 250-338-1000.

 

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