Speakeasy Nights: The 2nd Annual LSRS Community Gala

par LANGLEY SENIOR RESOURCES SOCIETY

  • samedi, 17 février 2018 de 5:30 Après-midi à 11:59 Après-midi (HNA)
  • Langley Senior Recreation Centre 20605 51B Avenue, Langley, BC V3A 9H1

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We had so much fun last year, we’re doing it again! That’s right- the 2nd Annual LSRS Community Gala is coming February 17th, 2018!

Best of all, we’re mixing things up- this year’s theme is the Roaring 20’s, with our very own Speakeasy murder mystery! Meet and chat with characters such as Rick O’Shea, Dina Mite, and Justin Thyme, all who hold the clues to Who Killed Trixie Twist! Special prizes for those who solve the mystery!

We’ll also be featuring a jazz quartet with chanteuse, buffet dinner, and of course our live and silent auctions! DJ Jimmy B. will also be returning to lay down some dance tunes after the main performances!

So come on down for some great food, great entertainment, and to raise funds for the seniors we serve!

Détails

AGENDA

5:30 pm: Main doors open; murder mystery begins

 

6:30 pm: Doors open to banquet hall  

 

6:45 pm: Opening remarks

 

7:15 pm: Buffet dinner served 

 

8:00 pm: Collection of murder mystery solutions, speeches

 

8:10pm: Live Auction, paddle call

 

8:30 pm: The Jen Hodge All Stars featuring Jenny Andersen perform

 

9:00 pm: Announcement of murder mystery winners; silent auction winners, closing remarks

 

9:30 pm: DJ opens dance floor

 

12:00 am: Closing time

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Langley Senior Recreation Centre
20605 51B Avenue, Langley, BC V3A 9H1

17 février 2018
samedi, 17 février 2018 5:30 Après-midi (HNA)

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Brett O'Reilly

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The Langley Senior Resources Society is an independent, non for profit, charitable organization that has been providing health, recreational and food services to seniors and adults of all abilities since 1982. The Society is lead by a voluntary Board of Directors who work or live in the Langley community. This Board is a governing body, with the day to day operations being managed through the Executive Director, Staff and Volunteers. The Society employs over 30 staff and utilizes the time and talent of over 200 volunteers.