Valentine’s Day tea socials scheduled

Public invited to high tea at events in Bowser, Parksville

On Wednesday, Feb. 10,

the Bowser Legion Ladies Auxiliary will host its annual Valentine’s lunch and fashion show from noon to 3 p.m. at the Legion Hall.

Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Advance tickets are $15 per person, and seating is limited. For tickets, please call Nancy at 250-757-9266.

For additional info, contact Pam Horbay at 250-738-0447.

— Submitted by Bowser Legion Auxiliary

Sweetheart Tea at St. Columba Church

The Arbutus Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star invites everyone to an early Valentine’s Day celebration when it hosts its annual Sweetheart High Tea Thursday, Feb. 11, at St. Columba Church in Parksville.

The traditional high tea will be held from 1-3 p.m., with tea and finger treats. For an extra formal fun touch, Arbutus OES asks ladies to attend in hats and gloves and gentlemen in ties.

The event is open to all; tickets are $10 per person. For advance tickets and additional info, call Sandra Taylor at 250-594-4441.

— Submitted by OES Chapter 68

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