Qualicum Beach Legion hosting hot dog lunch

Guests are encouraged to wear their Blue Jays team colours

Qualicum Beach Royal Canadian Legion Branch 76 invites everyone to vie for prizes while celebrating the end of the baseball season in its Blue Jays Beer and Hot dog lunch this Sunday.

The Oct. 1 event starts at noon, and guests are encouraged to wear their Blue Jays team colours. A prize will be awarded for the best fan colours.

The cost is $7, which is good for a beer or glass of wine and a hot dog.

Legion Branch 76 is located at 180 Veterans Way in Qualicum Beach. For more info, call 250-752-9632.

— NEWS Staff and Legion Branch 76 submission

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