Soul food, blues on tap at Monterey Centre in Oak Bay

Vic High R & B Band to entertain over Deep South dinner

The sounds and flavours of the Deep South come to Monterey Recreation Centre tomorrow (March 3).

Better Than Blues Night features a buffet of traditional Southern fare, including slow-roasted ribs, smoked sausage casserole, BBQ baked beans, collard greens and Bourbon Street bread pudding.

Guests will be entertained by the soulful sounds of the Vic High Rhythm and Blues band.

The event runs from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tickets cost $17 for Monterey Centre members, $20 for non-members 19-over. They are available at the centre, 1442 Monterey Ave., or by calling 250-370-7300.

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