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The third annual Festival of Trees, which takes place from Nov. 9 to Jan. 6 is now being organized by Emma Irwin. This year’s event will take place at SEAPARC and the Prestige Oceanfront Resort. Irwin is seeking sponsors in the bid to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital. To help call Emma at 250-642-0588 or email: sookefestivaloftrees@gmail.com.

The third annual Festival of Trees, which takes place from Nov. 9 to Jan. 6 is now being organized by Emma Irwin. This year’s event will take place at SEAPARC and the Prestige Oceanfront Resort. Irwin is seeking sponsors  in  the bid to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital. To help call Emma at 250-642-0588 or email: sookefestivaloftrees@gmail.com.

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