Playground FUNdraiser

Playground Fundraiser

Join us for a great night of food, live music and awesome items and certificates to bid on in the Silent Auction. This fundraiser is for the new Natural Playground in the Crawford Bay Park. Help us make this design a reality and give our communities’ kids the beautiful place to play that they deserve.

Our Buffet Dinner will be a ‘Taste of the East Shore’ experience, with dishes provided by Black Salt, the Ashram and Wedgwood Manor? A culinary extravaganza! More details about the buffet to follow…

Prices:

  • $15/adult includes buffet + 1 beverage + entry into door prize raffle
  • $7 for children 4-12 years
  • Under 4 is free

Featuring:

  • Live music courtesy of  ‘Farley and the Playground Ensemble’
  • Silent Auction items and certificates for all tastes and budgets.
  • 50/50 cash raffle
  • A quieter, supervised area for young children will be provided in the back.

Bring your family, friends, neighbors and spread the word! Please invite others to this event and share it on your wall.

We are still accepting items or services for the Silent Auction. Please contact Ellie Reynolds via Facebook or email/phone…. Easey01@gmail.com  and 250-227-6944

Silent Auction sneak preview!
Bid on gift certificates and items donated by Creston Stores:
Black Bear Books
Famous Fritz Meats & Deli
Vital Health Foods
Cloth Me Closely Natural Baby Boutique
Pharmasave
Wyndell Box and Lumber
Real Food Cafe

Nelson Stores:
Kootenay Co-op

East Shore:
Starbelly Jam Music Festival – 1 weekend pass!
Kokanee Chalets – 1 night in an A frame chalet
Russell Anderson – 1 yard of manure, delivered
Blanche Tanner – 1 hour session
Harreson Tanner – 1/2 hour session
Turlock Electrical – 2 hours of company time
Kokanee Springs Golf Resort
Studio Ponnuki – 1 hour of massage or Teck Support
More to come…

Contact Ellie Reynolds if you would like to donate to the auction. All items or services are much appreciated!

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About ingrid

Ingrid has been the owner and editor of The East Shore Mainstreet newspaper for more than twelve years now. She lives in Gray Creek, BC, with her husband Juergen and children Zoe and Luka.

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