Maltby Lake supporters to host fundraiser dinner, dance

Fundraiser takes place Nov. 8 at Prospect Lake Community Hall

Friends of Maltby Lake Watershed Society is hosting a dinner and dance at Prospect Lake Community Hall on Saturday, Nov. 8.

Maltby Lake is a small Saanich lake at the headwaters of the Tod Creek watershed.

A parcel of land that backs onto the waterfront is currently for sale, which has prompted supporters to fund-raise to protect the ecological integrity of the untouched site.

The fundraiser evening includes old-time country and Western swing music and an open dancefloor.

Dinner is included for the ticket price of $35 per person. Phone 250-920-8559 for more information or go online to maltbylake.com.

Prospect Lake Community Hall is located at 5358 Sparton Rd.

 

 

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