Hospital Foundation brings back The Timebenders

The Timebenders experience is a hilarious musical romp through the ages

The Campbell River Hospital Foundation has partnered with SHAW in welcoming back the musical entertainment of The Timebenders, Saturday Nov. 17.

Join them for a great catered dinner by the Coast Discovery Inn, with salmon provided by Grieg Seafood, followed by dancing and entertainment from The Timebenders.

The Timebenders experience is a hilarious musical romp through the ages featuring the best dance music and outrageous impersonations of all the greatest stars.

The audience is encouraged to come dressed up in your era to enjoy the hilarious impersonations of some of our favorite stars.

The Campbell River Hospital Foundation supports quality health care in the community and donors make a profound difference.  Funds raised from this particular event will go towards the purchase of an Electrosurgical Unit for Endoscopy.

the Timebenders will be held at the Campbell River Community Center, Nov. 17. Coctails are at 6 p.m. , dinner is at 7 p.m.  Tickets $are 40 per person and are available at the Info Center or the Hospital Foundation Office (850-2418)

If you have any questions concerning the Timebenders Event, or to get involved, contact Alana Caldwell at 250-850-2418 or email  alana.caldwell@viha.ca.

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