The Christian Fellowship Centre of Qualicum Beach will host its 20th annual free Community Christmas Banquet Friday, Dec. 15. — Photo submitted by Brian Robertson

Guests invited to free Christmas dinner in Qualicum Beach

Christian Fellowship Centre hosts 20th annual feast

Editor’s note: The print edition of the PQB News published Thursday, Dec. 14, contained the wrong date for the following event. The information contained here is the corrected version.

The Christian Fellowship Centre of Qualicum Beach will host its 20th annual free Community Christmas Banquet this Friday, Dec. 15.

The centre’s congregation welcomes all those alone for the holidays, folks in need, families in crisis, or those who simply desire a positive festive atmosphere to stop by and partake of good food and entertainment.

The dinner will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in a continuous buffet style, so guests may arrive at any time and grab a plate.

The Christian Fellowship Centre of Qualicum Beach is located at 825 Village Way.

Each year, approximately 600 guests participate in the dinner. After eating, guests are invited to find a balcony seat to enjoy live entertainment and join in the singing of carols.

For more information, call 250-752-5513.

— Submitted by Brian Robertson

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