New Year shindigs around town

Plenty of options in the West Shore to ring in the new year

West Shore residents have plenty of options to celebrate the arrival of 2015.

The Loghouse Pub hosts the 2015 New Year’s Eve Bash for $20, featuring a live performance from Pulse Radio.

Olympic View Golf Club gets in on the action with a three-course dinner for $45 at Forester’s Bistro & Bar. A glass of champagne is included in the 5 – 8 p.m. sitting where kids under six get in free.

The Four Points Sheraton Victoria Gateway keeps the parties going with a Rockin’ New Year’s Eve! starting at 7:30 p.m. starting with a sparkling reception and the last dinner of 2014 accompanied by live tunes from the Jason Buie Band. Join in on the dinner for $66 or just the party for $20.

For more options, visit westshore.bc.ca/calendar-of-events/.

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