Some of the Island's top gymnasts will be in Comox this weekend for the Chimo Gymnastics Club annual Pajama Party Invitational.

It’s Pajama Party time in Comox

Chimo Gymnastic Club hosting annual invitational gym meet this weaken

The Comox Valley’s Chimo Gymnastics Club is hosting the  15th annual Pajama Party Invitational Gymnastics Meet on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 14 and 15 at the Comox Community Centre.  Doors open at 8:30 a.m. both days with events running until 8:30 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday. There will be a full concession available as well as the opportunity to participate in 50/50 draws throughout the weekend.

Many top Island gymnasts are expected to compete for a chance to attend the championships.

This is the club’s largest annual fundraiser with a Pajama Party theme. Spectators will be treated to some fantastic gymnastics from a range of competitor ages as well as both men’s events and women’s events being contested throughout the weekend.

For those aspiring gymnasts out there, a large selection of gymnastics suits and supplies will be on site for purchasing.  “Come out to watch the show – it will be awesome!” a spokesperson said.

– Chimo Gymnastics Club

 

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