Gala Tour de Rock fundraiser at Bear Mountain

The Westin Bear Mountain is hosting a gala fundraiser called Tour de Rock: 15 Years and Counting next Wednesday (Oct. 3)

The Westin Bear Mountain is hosting a gala fundraiser called Tour de Rock: 15 Years and Counting next Wednesday (Oct. 3) with tour riders, in the ballroom.

After a ride over the Malahat and to a number of West Shore schools, the Tour de Rock team will finish off its first day in the Capital Region at the resort

The cocktail portion of the evening begins at 6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7:00pm. Included in the ticket price is a fabulous dinner catered by the Westin Bear Mountain.

Tickets for this event are $75 or a table of eight is $500.

Tickets can be purchased at the Coast Capital Savings in Langford, Colwood, Admirals and Sooke or by contacting either Donna Fraser at 250-590-6713 and drfraser@telus.net or West Shore RCMP Detachment at 250.474.2264. Please make cheques payable to TDR West Shore.

Don’t forget to enter the draw for a $500 Thrifty Foods gift card on the home page of the Black Press Tour de Rock site, bclocalnews.com/tour-de-rock.

editor@saanichnews.com

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