Fall fair fundraiser at Claremont high school

Claremont high school is hosting a fall fair Wednesday evening to fundraise for Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.

Claremont high school is hosting a fall fair Wednesday evening to fundraise for Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.

About 500 staff and students will run the fall fair, which includes midway games, an inflatable obstacle course, inflatable hamster balls, live music, as well as interactive demonstrations from a Saanich police canine team.

The Claremont fall fair runs today (Oct. 2), 3 to 8 p.m., 4980 Wesley Rd.

All proceeds will be given to the Tour de Rock team when they arrive at the school on Oct. 3.

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