What’s on in Chase

An events listing for the residents of the Chase area.

  • Jan. 20, 2012 9:00 a.m.

Chase Curling Club,  Ladies Open Bonspiel, Jan. 21-22, contact Irene at 250-679-8447 or Janice at 250-679-4471. Mixed Open Bonspiel, Feb. 11-12, call 250-679-3855.

Adult and Senior Line Dancing in Chase, begins Jan. 23 at Chase Community Hall, 10-week sessions on Thursday afternoons. Call Karen at 250-679-5443.

Creekside Seniors Line Dance, Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

Literacy Day Skate at Art Holding Arena, Monday, Jan. 23 from 3 to 5 p.m. Games and activities with a sports literacy theme, free admission. For info, email jherman@cablelan.net or phone Jane at 250-679-3870.

Chase Lions Bingo, Wednesday, Jan. 25, walk-ins 6:30 p.m., early birds 7, Loonie Ball $5.

Chase Robbie Burns Dinner and Celidh, Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Chase Community Hall. Happy hour 5 to 6 p.m., entertainment includes the Sorrento Country Dancers, Pipers of the Shuswap, and Chase Beaux and Bells. Tickets are $20 on sale at the Chase Legion, Chase Creekside Seniors, and G-Force.

The Skmana Cross Country Ski Club has a Ladies Ski Program as well as the FAB @ 55 Program, that meets every Friday at the Skmana Cross-Country Ski parking lot for a 10 a.m. ski. Call ahead to 250-679-3951 to reserve ski packages. Limited number available.

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