April 4 - Nancy’s Fashion Show and fundraiser for Ladysmith Little Theatre

April 4 - Nancy’s Fashion Show and fundraiser for Ladysmith Little Theatre

The Last Word for March 23, 2016

April 1 & 2, Ladysmith Home & Business Show, Aggie Hall, 1110 First Avenue.

• March 26, Ladysmith Lions Club 10th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, 10:30 to 11 a.m. at Transfer Beach. Meet the Easter Bunny. Bring you own basket. For kids up to 8 years old.

• April 1 & 2, Ladysmith Home & Business Show, Aggie Hall, 1110 First Avenue. Take this opportunity to support your local businesses and see the variety of shops and services Ladysmith has to offer. Admission is free. There will be a concession, outdoor displays, lots for the family to see and do, and demos. Friday, April 1 from 2 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, April 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Chronicle is a media sponsor for this event. More information under the News tab at ladysmithcofc.com.

• April 3, Secret Beaches art exhibit at Kiwi Cove Lodge, 1 to 4 p.m. Meet artist Theo Dombrowski, who is putting on the exhibit as a fund raiser for Doctors Without Borders for relief work in Syria. Paintings in this exhibition include works originally used as illustrations in Dombrowski’s guides to Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Show is on until April 24.

• April 10, Country & Western Burger and Beverage Fundraiser, 5:30 p.m. at the Eagles Hall in Ladysmith. Funds for the Ladysmith Soup Kitchen. Live C&W, silent auction with lots to bid on (bring your cash). Get a group together and put on your jeans, cowboy boots and Stetsons. Tickets $20, available at the Eagles Hall, Ladysmith Resources Centre and Salamander Book Store. Phone 250-245-3201 for more information.

• April 14, Nancy’s Fashion Fundraiser for Ladysmith Little Theatre, 6 p.m. at Ladysmith Little Theatre. Your tickets also include an array of appetizers.  We will not only have a fabulous fashion show but 50/50 and live and silent auctions.  There will be a cash bar for wine and beer and tea/coffee. Tickets available at Nancy’s Fashion Store, First and Roberts Street, Ladysmith. For information call Nancy at 250-245-7779 or Linda at 250-616-0685.

• April 23, Evening in support of Disaster Aid Canada, Aggie Hall, 6:30 p.m. This Rotary Evening of Celebrations is in support of Disaster Aid Canada. Appetizers included. Cash bar for beer and wine. Live auction of high end prizes. Tickets $20 by contacting Linda at 250-616-0685 or Diane at 250-245-7044.

• May 1, Yellowpoint Singers Concert, 3 p.m. at Oceanview Community Church, 381 Davis Road in Ladysmith. A diverse repertoire will be presented, including Baroque, motion picture theme, traditional, popular, a medley of Broadway music; from old world, to contemporary and regional music. Special guest performers:  Camosun College Conservatory Vocal Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Louise Rose–pianist, vocalist, recording artist, composer, conductor. Only 200 tickets available. More information at orchyk@shaw.ca

 

 

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