Clyde Mitchell leads the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra through rehearsal.

Note-Able Feast will be tasty

This wonderful night on Feb. 19 not only includes a five-course gourmet meal at the Chilliwack Coast Hotel, but also stellar CSO performances, as well as appearances by the Symphony A Cappella Singers, The Ladies Show Choir and special guest soprano Rebecca Paulding.

It’s almost here. The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus’s annual gala fundraiser, The Note-Able Feast is on Feb. 19.

This wonderful evening not only includes a five-course gourmet meal at the Chilliwack Coast Hotel, but also stellar CSO performances, as well as appearances by the Symphony A Cappella Singers, The Ladies Show Choir and special guest soprano Rebecca Paulding.

Organizers are trumpeting the fact they have added a raffle with three wonderful prizes donated by Chilliwack Symphony Lovers. The tickets for the raffle are $5 each and first prize is a one week stay in Molokai, Hawaii. The second prize is a lovely Antique Anniversary Clock and third is a diamond ring. The draw will take place at the Note-able feast. You don’t have to be present to claim your prize! There will be many wonderful silent auction items again, all donated by local friends and businesses who support the CSO & Chorus and the arts. Once again a dinner for eight prepared by our two conductors, Paula DeWitt-Krause and Clyde Mitchell will be offered.

Raffle Tickets are available from members of the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus or by calling 604-858-0216

CSO’s Note-Able Feast on Feb. 19 at the Coast, 6 p.m. cocktails and 7 p.m. dinner. Tickets are $75 each (incl. $40 tax receipt) and available at the Chilliwack Progress or by calling 604-858-0216.

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