Start Christmas out on a formal beat

Two Nights Before Xmas Homecoming is your chance to see your family, friends, loved ones and out-of-towners looking their finest.

The Two Nights Before Xmas Homecoming Semi-formal is your chance to see your family, friends, loved ones and out-of-towners looking their finest.

The event this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Native Sons Hall is exclusive for those who attend in their most decadent evening wear. Gentlemen, practise your double-Windsors. Ladies, intend only to exhibit your most glamorous dresses.

You will be thoroughly entertained by the Comox Valley’s own Steelhead and local DJ Miss Kristina Klassen.

You can enter our 50-50 draw, win prizes and swag — all the while supporting YANA, the Salvation Army Christmas hamper program and participate in raising awareness for the anti-bullying campaign.

On behalf of any gentlemen who wear a pink dress shirt, $5 will be donated to the Comox Valley Transition Society.

Tickets cost $25 in advance at Fitness Etc., the Romance Shop or through Jonny Mac and Anna Mayoor — and $30 at the door.

This event is not open to minors. Free shuttle rides can get you home between 12:30 and 2 a.m.

 

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