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Celebration Dinner

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  • Organizer: SSI Ag Alliance
  • Date: Novembre 18th
  • Start Time: 5:30pm
  • Event Length: 3.5 hrs
  • Location: Fulford Hall
  • Expires: 20 days, 5 hours

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    ABATTOIR BIRTHDAY BASH – Saturday,18th November

    Get your tickets here: http://www.ssiabattoir.brownpapertickets.com

    Join us to celebrate the successful fifth year of the abattoir on Saturday 18th November, from 5:30 pm at Fulford Hall. Come out and support local food, vibrant community and sustainable farming.

    Enjoy an all local dinner menu prepared by Chef Matt Risling with lamb, turkey or vegetarian options, and Jana’s fruit pie for dessert. A cash bar will feature Salt Spring beer, wines, cider and kombucha. Simone Cazabon will be our MC and of course there will be the famous birthday bash silent auction where you can bid on the services of local tradespeople, local produce, and many other things you have always wanted!

    Tickets are $50 each through Brown Paper Tickets, Foxglove and Salt Spring Books.

    With music by Marianne Grittani

    Marianne Grittani began performing in the late 60s when she was 14 in Toronto, Ontario. Her music, with so many varied influences defies categorization. She calls it ‘folky, funky and anything in between’. She explores a lot of musical territory, on standard acoustic six string guitar, a resonator guitar and mandolin. Her compelling voice along with her strong sense of rhythm, melody and dynamics weave through and around her lyrics to create an engaging musical tapestry.

    If you would like to reserve a table of 8, please email aliharrris@gmail.com

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    Abattoir Birthday Bash
    Nov 18 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

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