Mozart on the menu at CSO’s Note-Able Feast

Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus present their annual fundraising gala dinner on Feb. 15 at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel.

Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus present their annual fundraising gala dinner on Feb. 15 at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel.

A Mozart Dinner Concert is the theme for this elegant evening.

“While the exquisite dinner menu will be sure to delight your appetites, the evening’s entertainment will showcase the talents of the CSO,” says Music Director Paula DeWit.

Every year the silent auction is popular for its intriguing items and enthusiastic bidders. One of the featured auction items is a dinner for eight, prepared for the winners by DeWit and friends.

“This has been a successful CSO tradition for several years,” she says.

Guests enjoy a very memorable evening while this yearly event raises thousands of dollars to assist the CSO & Chorus in continuing their popular programming.

The ticket price of $75 is offset by a $40 income tax receipt.

Note-Able Feast, Saturday, Feb. 15, Reception 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 pm at the Coast Chilliwack Hotel.

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