Operation Red Nose on the job tonight

If you are drinking tonight remember to take a taxi, declare a designated sober driver or call Operation Red Nose.

  • Dec. 31, 2014 11:00 a.m.

When you are out and about celebrating the new year tonight with a few drinks remember to take a taxi, declare a designated sober driver or to call Operation Red Nose to get you home.

Operation Red Nose volunteers will be on the job tonight taking people and their vehicles home for them. Operation Red Nose in the lakecity can be reached at 250-392-222.

There are at least three big New Year’s Eve parties taking place in the lakecity for which last minute tickets may still be available.

Mt. Timothy Ski Society and Ski Patrol is celebrating New Year’s Eve, Wednesday, Dec. 31 with a fundraising dinner, dance and silent auction at the Gibraltar Room.

The Signal Point Gaming Centre is hosting the band Red Haven for a New Year’s Eve party in the event room tonight, complete with appies, free slot play, and a safe ride home shuttle.

The Laughing Loon is featuring two popular local bands tonight, the Blue Note jazz/swing/fusion band and the rock group Soupbone which will be putting out a new album later this year.



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