It's going to be a very busy weekend at The College! The highland dancers are holding a yard sale this Saturday at The College in the amphitheatre. It starts at 8am and is in support of their trip to the ScotDance Canada Championship Series in London, Ontario. Another man's junk, is another man's treasure! Don't miss out!
After a day of treasure hunting why not get healthy and support a great fundraiser at the same time?! This Sunday, May 31st, the Brave of Heart Run is taking place at The College. This is a fundraising run in support of our highland dancers as they raise money to travel to London, Ontario to compete in the Scot Dance Canada Championship Series in July. Registration is at 4pm (at The College) and the run will commence at 5pm. The cost to enter is $15.00. There will be draws for door prizes, prizes for the winners in each distance as well as unique awards for all who finish the race. We are looking for volunteers to help with course marshaling, water stations, etc. For further information about the run, or to volunteer, please contact Sue McGiveron at 902-436-5377 or via email at email@example.com.
You could win a day of pampering and a night out! Our highland dancers are holding a raffle in support of their trip to the 2015 Canadian Highland Dance Championships in London, Ontario. Tickets are 1 for $5.00 or 3 for $10.00. Your awesome day and night would include:
- Day spa package for First Class Hair and Nails (value $125.00)
- Tickets for 2 to the Feast Dinner Theatre (value $90.00)
- Brother 2 Restaurant and Pub Gift Certificate (value 25.00)
- 1 night accommodation at Slemon Park Hotel (value $70.00)
- Anson's Restaurant Gift Certificate (value $50.00)
The College's Executive Director, Karen Hatcher, and Lindsay Rogers, the 2014 recipient of the Festivals & Events PEI Outstanding Volunteer of the Year for Prince County!