West Kootenay EcoSociety invites the region to Spring into Spring with a unique fundraising dinner on May 30.

EcoSociety hosts Spring into Spring

Dinner will raise funds for Kootenay Rideshare, Campaign for Jumbo Wild, and Kokanee Creek nature programs.

West Kootenay EcoSociety invites the region to Spring into Spring with a unique fundraising dinner on May 30. The banquet hall at the Hume hotel will take on a garden theme, with plants and many other items available for silent auction. Rob Funk, recently returned from Japan, will provide live music.

The dinner will raise funds for West Kootenay EcoSociety’s programs, including the popular Kootenay Rideshare, Campaign for Jumbo Wild, and Kokanee Creek nature programs.

“We haven’t had a dinner like this for many years, and we’re very excited to celebrate our programs and our community,” said executive director David Reid.

Tickets are available online at ecosociety.ca/spring or at Otter Books.

 

 

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