Hatley Castle

Christmas is coming to the Castle

West Shore Chamber hosts annual holiday gala Dec. 7

Join the West Shore Chamber of Commerce in celebrating the holidays in style at the historic Hatley Castle, decorated with all of the festive trimmings.

This annual winter celebration is not only an opportunity to network with other business people and West Shore residents, you can do so while enjoying live music, gourmet appetizers and desserts, a charity gift giveaway, prizes, silent auction, casino games and more.

The event takes place on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 9 p.m. in Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University in Colwood.

Tickets are selling fast and as of Wednesday afternoon were about 60 per cent sold, according to Chamber executive director Julie Lawlor, who encouraged interested persons to get their tickets soon.

Tickets are $30 for West Shore Chamber members or $35 for non-members (plus GST).

Bring a non-perishable food item and receive a free gift giveaway ticket. For more information or to book tickets, call 250-478-1130 or visit the Chamber office at 2830 Aldwynd Rd. in Langford.


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