Dance for the season

The chamber’s Christmas dinner and dance will be back in full swing again this year

The chamber’s Christmas dinner and dance will be back in full swing again this year and they are inviting the community and businesses to come help them celebrate.

The formal event will be held once again at the Quaaout Lodge Dec. 1, and begins at 5:30 p.m. with cocktails and mingling.

As 6:30 approaches, a gourmet dinner complete with scrumptious deserts will be served prior to the dancing portion of the night.

Chuck Bronsen is back by popular demand and will serenade with his soothing sounds.

Take the time to check out the silent auction available throughout the night as you might find the perfect Christmas present for that someone special, or even a gift for you.

Last year’s auction items included wines, golf course passes and artwork. among many others.

Quaauot Lodge will also be offering discounted rooms to all attendees allowing you to stay overnight and enjoy the morning buffet as well.

Tickets are available for $40 and can be purchased at Mylos, Supervalu, or from Giovanna at 250-955-0014.


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