Dad’s day dance Saturday

The Comox Valley Multicultural Society invites you to join them for some fun and help celebrate our fathers.

The Comox Valley Multicultural Society invites you to join them for some fun and help celebrate our fathers. They are having a ’70s dance this Saturday, June 18 from 6 to 11 p.m, at the Komoks Band Hall at 3320 Dyke Rd.

Tickets are only $10 per person or $15 for a couple or family of three.  This is a no alcohol family dance, drinks and snacks will be available. Door prizes and games! Bring your Dad, Daddy, Papa, or Pa, or Granddad or Grandpapa, or come alone and share a father. Fathers are important in any culture!

The Comox Valley Multicultural Society is an inclusive organization that works to build community and honour diversity.  For more info phone Genny at 250-871-8259.

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