Dance the night away at Filberg

New's Years Eve at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay offers a wonderful social dance venue with a mix of tunes

Are you one of a hundred people who would love to go out on New Years Eve but can’t find a venue that offers good food, a large dance floor and great music to dance to that doesn’t blow your eardrums out?

If you are, then this New Year’s Eve dinner and dance is just the event for you.

Hosted by Steppin’ Out, New’s Years Eve at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay offers a wonderful social dance venue with a mix of tunes played by Vancouver DJ Jason Brown. Dance music will consist of many different genres of music — swing, rock ‘n roll, Latin, country, ballroom and more, to keep you dancing all night long.

The dinner will be catered by Carmie’s Café and Catering. A choice of beef rouladen or lemon rosemary chicken will be served, accompanied by rice and potato dishes, seasonal vegetables, salads, buns and yummy desserts.

A full bar is available, tended by the Lions club for local charities, but your ticket includes midnight champagne.

Tickets are available at Silhouette Theatre & Dance Shop on England Avenue in Courtenay until Dec. 30, as there are no tickets sales on Dec. 31 or at the door. Call Holly at 250-871-2513 for information or tickets — $60 or a table of eight can be purchased for $440.

— Steppin’ Out

 

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