Christmas event supports conservation projects

The Land Trust Alliance of B.C. and Habitat Acquisition Trust host A Green Christmas IV

The Land Trust Alliance of B.C. and Habitat Acquisition Trust will celebrate Christmas early – with a predictable green flair.

The two conservation groups host A Green Christmas IV on Monday (Nov. 24) from 5 to 7 p.m. at the former Royal Bank at 1501 Douglas St. and includes refreshments, a live and silent auction and entertainment.

Tickets for the event are $20 general admission with a VIP ticket priced at $40. The VIP ticket includes early entry at 4:30 p.m. and a special limited edition print by artist Irma Soltonovich produced especially for the event.

Guest auctioneer Scott Melville will offer a trip for two anywhere Westjet flies, art by Nathan Birch, Judith Currelly and more than 15 other artists, a weekend at Hastings House, get-a-ways to Seattle and Vancouver and an array of gift items and event packages.

Funds raised through the event support conservation projects in the Victoria area as well as initiatives across the province. Information and tickets are available online at ltabc.ca, email at info@ltabc.ca or by phone at 250-590-1921.

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