Mother’s Day fundraising event for YANA

Take mom to 40 Knots for her special day; support a great cause

Celebrate with mom on the beautiful 40 Knots Vineyard terrace, overlooking the vines.

Enjoy a savoury brunch prepared by the renowned chef Kathy Jerritt with Tria Fine Catering on the beautiful, colorful and creative table settings from Coleen at Relay Rentals. The incredibly talented and sought after Karen McKinnon will be capturing memories with you and your loved one(s).

Café Olé has donated their performance for Simply Celebrate’s first Garden Party Charity Event. Enjoy their beautiful sounds dancing through the vines as you dine, play and create memories. With influences from Spain and Latin-America, this versatile duo’s timeless repertoire wields a power to transport audiences.

Simply Celebrate has chosen a charity that is close to their hearts for their first-ever charity event. You Are Not Alone (YANA) is a local non-profit society that provides accommodation and funding to Comox Valley families who need to travel outside the community for medical treatment for a child under 19 or for a pregnant mother.

Tickets for the event are $85, with net proceeds going to YANA. For more information, visit www.40knotswinery.com

Simply Celebrate is a newly formed collaboration with Tria Fine Catering, 40 Knots Vineyard & Estate Winery, McKinnon Photography and Relay Rentals. Together we have created a stress-free and convenient opportunity to have your event created by high-demand professionals who bring quality and passion to everything they do.

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