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Be Inspired! Sparkle at Sparkfest

April 15, 2015

Good News! Sparkfest is weeks away, and we are all getting very excited for our 5th annual Pass It On benefit.

Sparkfest will be held on April 30th at the Harbour House Hotel.

This year’s generous performers are Ashleigh Ball from Hey Ocean; the Brony documentary; Tara Maclean;  Suzanne Little; spoken word from Morgan Klassen;  improv from the ladies only GISS imrov team; and Pass It On youth participants will share their stories and talents. To top it all off we will have our amazingly stacked silent auction. Every penny goes towards running the Pass It On program.  Pass It On is one of several programs for youth operated by SWOVA.  Please come out to support this intimate and amazing night.

 Thursday, April 30th 7:30pm

Harbour House Hotel, Orchard Room

Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8:00.

Tickets are $20 in advance at the SWOVA office, 344 Lower Ganges Rd, SSI Mon – Weds 9-5 (250-537-1336) and Salt Spring Books, 104 McPhillips Ave,
or $25 at the door

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Previous artists who have performed at Sparkfest:-

2013-05-09 Kinnie Starr

 

 

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