Spaghetti fundraiser is back

The Ashcroft Wellness & Music Festival's third annual Spaghetti dinner and auction returns on Nov. 7.

The name may have changed, but the always popular Spaghetti Dinner and Auction is back, put on by the Ashcroft Wellness & Music Festival.

The annual community event is a major source of funding for the Festival. But it’s more than a fundraiser – it’s a night for family and friends to come together and enjoy an affordable all-you-can-eat spaghetti supper.

The silent and live auctions will be back, with lots of new items to tempt you.

The Festival changed its name earlier this year to reflect the many great concerts that have been offered during the two-day festival. Only the name has changed – the Festival will still incorporate all of the aspects of wellness in Ashcroft:  outdoor adventure, relaxation, art, history, recreation, health and community.

Please support the third annual Family Spaghetti Dinner and Auction Fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 7 in the Ashcroft Community Hall. Doors open at 5 pm, Dinner begins at 6 pm.

Tickets are available, same price as last year, at Sun Country and the Ashcroft Bakery.

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