Bollywood afternoon helps charity for children

Victoria’s annual Child Haven fundraiser is sure to get toes tapping and taste buds clapping.

Victoria’s annual Child Haven fundraiser is sure to get toes tapping and taste buds clapping.

“Bollywood in the Afternoon” features a Indian buffet, dancers fresh off the Diwali circuit, Bollywood dance lessons for all ages, and a silent auction of Indian and local treasures.

This year’s event is Sunday, Nov. 24, 12:30 p.m. at the First Unitarian Church of Victoria, 5575 West Saanich Rd.

Tickets are $25 (students $15) and available at Munro’s Books in Victoria, Tanner’s Books in Sidney or by calling Patricia Kirk at 250-384-6257.

For more on Child Haven see childhaven.ca.

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