Coast Realty Group sponsors hamper program

Want to learn the Argentinian Tango, have lunch and help a charity?

Want to learn the Argentinian Tango, have lunch and help a charity?

Join the fun and raise funds for the Sharing the Christmas Spirit Hamper program sponsored by Coast Realty Group. Sign up for this innovative fundraiser Dec. 11 from noon to 1:30 at a vacant commercial space between Locals restaurant and Rhodos Coffee Roasting Co. at  364 Eighth St. in Courtenay.

Professional instructor Claude Bigler of Claude Bigler and Friends Hair Stylists together with his wife Diane Cartwright will demonstrate and instruct couples about the Argentinian tango.  Claude will introduce couples to this popular and super sexy Buenes Aires-inspired tango.

Have two left feet? Come to the Argentinian-inspired café for lunch, coffee and dessert! Tables will be set up for spectators.

Lunch is being served by Lunch to Your Door by Rhodos Coffee Roasting Co.

The cost includes demonstration, lesson and lunch. Charitable tax receipt will be given for $20 per registrant.

The hamper program has provided 600 hampers to local families for over 20 years.

RVSP to Andrena Koch-Schulte of Coast Realty at 250-897-3999 or andrena@andrena.ca.

— Coast Realty Group

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