Casino Royale attendees will have a chance to play roulette and other popular casino games.

Casino Royale supports Kootenay Kids

Kootenay Kids Society fundraiser taking place Saturday, November 16

The third annual Kootenay Kids Society fundraiser Casino Royale will take place on Saturday, November 16 at the Prestige Lakeside Resort from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.

This fun-filled evening will include casino-favourites such as blackjack, blackjack switch, red dog, war, three-card poker, roulette and horse racing, as well as live music featuring the band No More Madness and James Bond impersonators to add to the Casino Royale atmosphere. All proceeds from the event will go to supporting Kootenay Kids programs and services.

“This evening supports the work we do to serve the needs of children, families and care-givers in Nelson and the area,” says Valerie Warmington, executive director for Kootenay Kids Society. “We really appreciate the support of the people in our community and encourage everyone to come to this event, have fun and support kids in our region.”

Kootenay Kids Society helps children, parents and care providers achieve their full potential through the provision of support, education and other child-centered programming.

Admission to Casino Royale includes $500 worth of starter poker chips and appetizers. Tickets for the event are $20 and can be purchased at Stuart’s News, Otter Books, The Bridge and at Kootenay Kids Family Place.

For more information on Kootenay Kids Society or the the event call 250-352-6678.

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