Evergreen Seniors Club hosting lunar new year luncheon

The Evergreen Club is presenting a lunar new year event, celebrating the Year of the Monkey, Wednesday, Feb. 24.

Entertainment will be provided by Silk Road Music Duo. Based in Vancouver, Silk Road Music Duo is the husband-and-wife team of Andre Thibault and Qiu Xia He, offering a unique blend of Chinese and western music.  Enrich your cultural experiences as you wonder in the beauty of the opera masks on display and learn some Asian trivia along the way.

The doors open at 11 a.m. and will follow with a scrumptious lunch served at noon, catered by the Bamboo Garden. This fun, educational celebration and delicious luncheon takes place in the Conference Hall at the Florence Filberg Centre in Courtenay.

Tickets are $15 and are available, in advance only, at the Courtenay Recreation Filberg Centre office (tickets will not be available at the event).

For more information, call 250-338-1000. Advance tickets will be available during office hours until Friday, Feb. 19 only.


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