Second annual Night of White in the Valley

A Night of White is returning to the Comox Valley in August.

Whether you are looking for a romantic night out with your loved ones or for a night of fun with friends, A Night of White event is one not to be missed.

This is the second annual fundraising event for the Vancouver Island Mountain Sports Society (VIMSS).

Last year, more than 80 guests wandered onto the Filberg Park & Lodge grounds (the 2016 surprise location) to find themselves in another world where etiquette, charm and glamour were central to the inaugural evening’s success.

We are excited to announce the second annual Night of White on August 26 at a new surprise location.

Guests are asked to prepare a decadent picnic, dress in their most elegant white fashions and join us for a magical evening of entertainment, decorum and charm. Prizes will be awarded for ‘best dressed in white,’ ‘best gourmet picnic,’ ‘best flower arrangement’ and ‘best etiquette.’

One day before the event, all ticket patrons will be sent an email with the announcement of the 2017 location. This year, if guests don’t have time to prepare a picnic, they can be purchased in advance prepared by local catering company, Tria (three course menu on the website). At the end of the evening, guests will be charmed and delighted by VIVACE stars Melody Courage & Tiffany Desrosiers.

Tickets are selling fast – with only 200 on sale, you are encouraged to visit nightofwhite.ca for more information about the event and to purchase tickets now.

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