Evergreen Club hosts New Year’s Eve party

Come and join in on the New Year’s fun at the Evergreen Club’s New Year's Eve Party.

Come and join in on the New Year’s fun at the Evergreen Club’s New Year’s Eve Party.

The Evergreen Club (a 55 or better organization) is hosting this good time from 8 p.m. till 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec.  31.

Get your dancing shoes on and head down to the Rotary Hall (lower level) of the Florence Filberg Centre downtown Courtenay.  The band Crosstown Express is ready to bring the house down!  A cold plate will be part of your ticket price as well.

So hurry up and grab your tickets to this popular event. Earlybird tickets are discounted before Dec. 21, then the price rises.

Tickets can be purchased through Courtenay Recreation at the Florence Filberg Centre.

For more information, call 250-338-1000.

— Evergreen Club

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