Do privatization and corporate bail-outs make your hair stand on end? Do you think Stephen Harper is spooky? Join us on the evening of Sunday, October 30th and enjoy an excellent dinner, followed by live (and lively!) local music. Costumes are encouraged!
This is also a chance to support the Organizing Centre for Social and Economic Justice as we come up to our fifth anniversary at our Broadway and Main location.
This is an accessible space (front door is street level with no stairs and is large enough to allow a wheelchair, and the bathroom is wheelchair accessible).
The Organizing Centre is home to the Alliance for People's Health, the Food Action Collective, Workers Across Borders, and People's Health Radio. You can find out more at http://organizingcentre.wordpress.com
Doors open at 6pm.
* $25 Single Ticket (kids under 12 eat free)
* $40 Sponsor (one ticket and your name in program)
Solidarity sponsorship is available at $320 and includes reserved table (8 seats), name on table and name in program.
Please contact Jen at [email protected] or call 604-566-4745 to purchase tickets. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
If you are interested in helping out please email Jen at [email protected].
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