Put on your best pyjamas to help Ann Davis

Pyjamas for a Purpose is a special fundraiser at the Royal Hotel slated for April 12 that will benefit Ann Davis Transition Society.

A ticket and a new pair of PJs are the admission price to an upcoming Chilliwack event.

Pyjamas for a Purpose is a special fundraiser at the Royal Hotel slated for April 12 that will benefit Ann Davis Transition Society.

The fun-filled evening starts at 6:30 p.m. with live music by Damian Brennan, wine-tasting, Zumba, an appetizer and dessert buffet, facials — all ending with a contest prize for the best pyjamas.

There will also be a silent auction with all proceeds going to Ann Davis.

The goal is to present 100 pair of new pyjamas to Ann Davis, and reps at the historic Royal Hotel will be collecting sleepwear from their Wellington Avenue location starting on April 1.

A box for donations of brand-new pyjama sets will be centrally located in the lobby of the hotel until the April 12 event.

“So, ladies bring your best friend, mother or sister and come party in your PJs on April 12 at the Royal Hotel, supporting Ann Davis Transition Society’s programs and services while enjoying your charming hotel room at the 106-year-old Royal Hotel,” says organizer Laura Reid.

To reserve tickets call 604-792-1210 or www.royalhotelchilliwack.com and use the promo code PJ4P. Tickets are $89 per person double occupancy or $129 per person single occupancy, plus taxes. Included with each ticket is one night’s accommodation and continental breakfast the next morning.

See more at www.anndavis.org



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