Butterfly Barn Dance this fall

Annual event raises funds for Hospice Society of the Columbia Valley

Submitted by Hospice Society of the Columbia Valley

The 6th annual Hospice Butterfly Barn Dance happens Saturday, September 22nd at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort ski lodge. Celebrate the first day of autumn in this stunning location.

Complimentary shuttle to the lodge is available from the resort parking lot. Once again this year our Barn Dance house band Valley Forged will be playing.

Dinner will be a barbecue roast dinner; there is a vegetarian option available if you make note of it when you purchase your ticket. Come kick up you heels with your friends and make some new ones.

The Hospice Society of the Columbia Valley is a charitable, not for profit organization that delivers three levels of programming to residents of the Columbia Valley from Canal Flats to Spillimacheen.

Our programs include End of Life at home visitation, Bereavement Support Programs and Public Education Initiatives. Our office is located in Invermere in Frater Landing where we have a resource centre and lending library. The phone number is 778-526-5143.

For more information call our events coordinator Dodie Marcil, at 250-349-5877 or 250-341-1457.

Tickets are$50, and are available at Sobeys and Circle Café in Invermere and Purple Cow in Fairmont.

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