Hallowe’en Greenspiel is this weekend

Ashcroft Curling Club hosts a Hallowe'en costume Greenspiel and dance on Oct. 27.

If you dare, come on down to the The Ashcroft & District Curling Club, where they and Creative Cow Concerts will be co-hosting a Greenspiel afternoon of fun and then good times with an evening dance that starts at 7 pm. The event includes a Halloween ‘dress up’ evening Dance with live music by ‘High Society’…plus some crazy funky halloween DJ beats and halloween classics..it’s goin’ to be ghoooolish fun! Muuwaaaahhaaa!

The afternoon ‘Greenspiel’ will run 10am – 4pm. Names for Teams will be drawn out of a hat. Teams will get to play at least three games. Prizes available for best Child and Adult Costume.  Kids welcome! Entry fee includes Curling and Potluck lunch. For more info about the Greenspiel phone Barb Hoddder at (250) 453 9286 or Janet Quesnel (250) 453 9665.

Dance tickets can be purchased at the door For more info call Nadine or Andrea of Creative Cow Concerts at (250) 453 9100.

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