Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce hosting holiday party

This year’s event planned for Dec. 2

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the Christmas season with an evening of dinner and dancing.

For the second year in a row, the chamber will host the All Sooke Staff Holiday Party.

Open to all businesses and organizations, the All Sooke Staff Holiday Party is an affordable option for the small to medium businesses that otherwise wouldn’t have a party to attend.

And the festive fun has been upped this year with a canapé, reception-style dinner catered by several local businesses with dancing downstairs and a funny money casino upstairs.

Last year the event sold out early, and while more tickets are available this year, organizers say it’s best to gettickets early.

Tickets are $25 each for chamber members or $30 for non-members, and available online at sookeregionchamber.com/events.

All Sooke Staff Holiday Party is at the Royal Canadian Legion on Dec. 2, from 6 p.m. to midnight.

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