Seniors treated to Valentine’s Day tea

Silver Threads Service celebrates Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) with an afternoon of music and treats for seniors.

Silver Threads Service will celebrate Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) with an afternoon of music and treats for seniors.

The afternoon entertainment will feature Corinne and Rosie, the Wine and Roses Salon Orchestra and dance by the Chinese Seniors.

As part of the program, acting mayor Chris Coleman will officially welcome Silver Threads to its new location at the Victoria Centre, 2340 Richmond Rd. Festivities begin at 1 p.m.

Silver Threads welcomes those 55 years of age and better, as well as their friends, family and caregivers to attend.

The event is by donation but space is limited.  Please call 250-388-4268 to make a reservation.

 

 

 

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