Mountain sports society celebrating Olympics

Red-and-white themed evening goes April 12 at Comox Valley Curling Centre

 

 

 

The Vancouver Island Mountain Sports Society (VIMSS) is holding an evening “Celebrating All Things Olympic on Saturday, April 12.

The evening features dinner, drinks and a fun evening of Olympic entertainment. There will be silent auction items, live auction items and plenty of games, all at the Comox Valley Curling Centre on Headquarters Road in Courtenay.

“Dress in read and white – there will be prizes for best dressed,” an event spokesperson said.

All proceeds will go toward supporting our local emerging Island athletes and future Olympians and Paralympians.

TIckets are $50 for adults and $25 for children. Doors open at 6 p.m.

To reserve your tickets or to make a donation to the silent auction, contact events@vimountaincentre.com.

– Vancouver Island Mountain Sports Society

 

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