Tour de Rock events set for Parksville, Qualicum Beach

Annual ride for cancer won't skip District 69 communities

Residents will be able to help this year’s Tour de Rock at two upcoming events.

On Sat., Aug. 25 they can take part in a $50,000 Golf and Dinner Day hosted by Thalassa Restaurant, in Qualicum Beach.

Enjoy a day filled with breakfast, lunch, dinner, golf, a car show and much more.

Call 250-594-1150 for more information.

On Friday, Sept. 14 residents can pick up their clubs again for a Camp Goodtimes and Tour de Rock Golf Fundraiser at the Morningstar International Golf Club.

The cost to take part in this tournament is $110 per person, which includes 18 holes, a power cart, dinner, and lots of fun!

Please register by Aug. 24.

Contact Bill Peppy at or call 250-248-4951 for more.


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