The Lennoxville & District Women’s Centre’s Annual
International Women’s Day Banquet: Musicali-tea
TheLDWC (The Lennoxville and District Women’s Centre) is happy to once again have the opportunity to celebrate Women in our community with its annual International Women’s Day Banquet. Join the fun on Thursday, March 12th at 5:30pm in the Amédée-Beaudoin Community Centre (10 SamuelGratham Street in Lennoxville) for a Celebration Banquet in honour of all women!
This year, they will be enjoying a Musicali-tea, assigning each table a musical genre. Guests are invited to come as they are, or to dress up in tribute to the musical style they choose. As always, the evening will promise good food, a great many gifts and prizes to give away as well as its infamous silent auction and the celebrity auction. Guests will be entertained by songstress, Carole Vincelette, who will be providing us with the evening’s musical entertainment, and, as usual, they have a few surprises in store.
Join the celebration! Invite your friends, your daughters, nieces, mothers, grandmothers and aunts! Choose from the following tables: Punk/Goth ; Burlesque/Cabaret; Rockabilly/Pin Up; Glam Rock; Disco/Funk; Reggae/ Folk; Ballroom; Sock Hop Rock/Swing; Motown/Blues; Bollywood; Country Western; Hip Hop/Rap; Italian Opera OR Disney Musicals Be sure to RESERVE, as space is limited. Boutique Encore will sponsor 5 guests so if the only thing stopping you is the cost of tickets, call and let them know! Be sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible because places are limited!
For more information about the price or to reserve, please contact the Lennoxville & District Women’s Centre at email@example.com or (819)564-6626 and visit our website: www.ldwc.ca
The Tourism enterprise of the year award went to the Gorge de Coaticook, thanks to its new Foresta Lumina installation, while the tourism personality of the year went to Pierre Goulet, the director of Mont Megantic National Park. Seen in the photo are (l. to r.): Joanne Lalumiere, president of Tourisme Cantons de l’Est; Caroline Sage, director of the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook; Pierre Goulet, director of the Mont Megantic National Park; and Alain Larouche, director general of Tourisme Cantons de l’Est.