It’s time for another chance at prom, vegan style. (Pexels photo)

Vegan prom comes to Victoria

The themed event is a fundraiser for the upcoming Vegtoria 2019

If you ever wished you could do prom again, there’s a chance for you to try it vegan-style.

A vegan prom masquerade is happening on Saturday, Feb. 9 to help raise funds for the second annual Vegtoria event, which is scheduled for July 20.

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Costumes are strongly encouraged for the event as long as they’re free of animal products such as feathers, silk, fur, or suede.

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The prom will offer music, food, raffle prizes and a photo booth, but alcohol will not be available.

Corsages, tuxedos, glamorous dresses and masks can be shown off from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Norway House, 1110 Hillside Ave.

Tickets are $25 and available at eventbrite.ca.

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