Silver Threads celebrates move, Christmas

Entertainment will be provided by Louise Rose and musical group Wine & Roses, Ladies Salon Orchestra.

Silver Threads Services is celebrating its recent relocation of the Victoria Centre to 2340 Richmond St. and kicking off the holiday season with a Christmas concert on Dec. 4.

Entertainment will be provided by Louise Rose and musical group Wine & Roses, Ladies Salon Orchestra.

Refreshments will be served. The festivities begin at 2 p.m.

People 55 years of age and older, as well as their friends and family are encouraged to visit the centre located in the Jubilee neighbourhood.

The concert is free; please call to confirm your spot at 250-388-4268.

Silver Threads Service is a charitable, not-for-profit society that provides programs and services that enhance social connections and well-being for seniors, including those at risk.

For more information, please call 250-388-4268.

 

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