Evergreen Club is hosting a New Year's party.

Evergreen Club hosting seniors’ New Year’s eve dinner and dance

Join the Evergreen Club for their annual New Year’s Eve Dinner and Dance Celebration on Thursday, Dec. 31 in the lower Rotary Hall at the Florence Filberg Centre.

It will be a great opportunity to gather with friends (and make some new ones) and have a wonderful evening out. A delicious roast beef dinner will be served by the Evergreen Club catering group at 6 p.m.

The band Crosstown Express will be providing the tunes for dancing, which will kick off at 7:30 p.m.

“Their country and country/rock style will have you grooving in the New Year. You can’t help but want to dance,” said Cecile Frost, the event convenor.

Tickets are just $25 each and are available through Courtenay Recreation’s Filberg Centre office at (250) 338-1000.

Please note: tickets are limited and must be purchased prior to the event.

 

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