Jan 23, 2016

Toronto Saints Spring Dance 2016

The St. Stanislaus College Alumni Association is making an early start to our fund-raising events of 2016.  Our first major event of the year is our Spring Dinner / Dance which will be held on Saturday 16 April.  Over the years our records show that this event is usually sold out and we hope that by sharing this information early, many of you will plan accordingly to contact your usual ticket seller to order your tickets. Again, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible. We continue to provide reserved seating for groups of six or more purchasing tickets at the same time.  Order your tickets TODAY to avoid being disappointed.

As a reminder of the details (which are shown below), the price of admission includes DINNER and ALL DRINKS.  Also, by popular demand, Victor Shim and the Sure Fire Band  plus DJ Tee Cee are back so that you can dance the night away, and the venue with its cozy atmosphere remains the same. Doors open at 7.00 pm and the Buffet Dinner will be ready at 7.30 pm. We ask that you plan to be there early. Thanks.

The details are as follows:


DATE:             Sat. 16 April, 2016

TIME:              7:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

DINNER:         Served from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
PLACE:           West Rouge Community Centre
                        270 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto
                        (Hwy 401 / Hwy #2 / Port Union Road)

DRESS:           Casual Elegance (no blue jeans, please)

DONATION:    $45 per person
                        (ALL INCLUSIVE - dinner and all drinks)
                        Tickets are available from any member of the Executive.

MUSIC:           Victor Shim and the Sure Fire Band
                        DJ Tee Cee


We encourage you to share these details and flyer with your friends as soon as possible. We will NOT be selling any tickets beyond 300 maximum.

We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at our first big event of the year.

Also, our most grateful thanks for your continued support as we try to improve the educational situation of the less fortunate in Guyana.

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