Legion rings in 2016

Parksville Canadian Legion Branch 49 to host New Year's Eve dinner and dance

Parksville’s Royal Canadian Legion Branch 49 will ring in the New Year with a dinner and dance to live music Thursday, Dec. 31.

Doors will open at

6:30 p.m., with dinner served at 7 p.m. Starting at 8 p.m. Silk Mischief with Bev Finch will take the stage and revelers may dance the night away.

Champagne will be served and party favours distributed at midnight, and a grand prize draw for two round-trip tickets to Vancouver with Orca Airways will be held.

Tickets are $40, ages 19+ only, and may be purchased at the Legion Hall in Parksville, 146 Hirst Ave. West. For more info, call 250-248-5633.

— Submitted by Legion Branch 49

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