Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce hosts ghoulish fundraiser

The Howl fundraiser Oct. 19 features live music, a costume contest, spooky games, auctions and frightfully good food.

The Ladysmith Chamber of Commerce is hoping to scare up some cash this weekend with a new fundraiser.

The Chamber of Commerce is hosting The Howl, a ghoulish fundraising evening, Saturday, Oct. 19 at Eagles Hall. Doors open at 6 p.m., and dinner is at 7 p.m.

There will be live music by The Brats, a costume contest, spooky games and live and silent auctions. For dinner, guests can feast on ghoulish ribs, fog horn leg horn chicken, cow brains (cauliflower), creepy carrots, pitchfork pasta salad, cadaver caesar salad, gravestone greens salad, maggots (rice), mashed skull (mashed potatoes), ghostly gravy and grisly goodies.

Tickets are $40 each or $75 for a pair and are available at the Chamber  office at 411B First Ave. Click here or call 250-245-2112 for more information.

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