Comox Legion invites one and all to join festivities

With the Christmas Season in full swing, the Comox Legion invites all to join in and enjoy the festive season.

With the Christmas Season in full swing, the Comox Legion invites all to join in and enjoy the festive season.

This Sunday from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the upper hall, you are invited to the annual Christmas brunch.

You can choose from a variety of menus, which include eggs any style, sausages, pancakes and toast. A choice of beverages, juice, bottomless cups of coffee or tea, all for $7.50 a person.

Also, on the 16th in the lounge, is Christmas potluck euchre for $5 per player, starting at 1. Bring along your favourite food to share.

Crazy Bash on Dec. 21 is the End of the World Party. In the lounge, music by Party Time Musical and DJ Services will play from 7 p.m. until midnight, games and fun.

No cover, all welcome. Inquire about our end of the world insurance.

On sale at the bar now are the tickets for the New Year’s Eve party (if the 21st doesn’t put a damper on things!). Music by local favourites The Amigos from 8:30 until 12:30 a.m.

Cold plate buffet at 9 p.m. Tickets are just $20 per person; reserved seating is available.

Courtesy shuttle service is available by phoning 250-339-2112.

— Comox Legion

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