Oak Bay grad class preps for prom

Annual block party to be held on Lulie Street

Oak Bay High school’s graduating class of 270 students and their families will celebrate together at the sixth annual Block Party.

This event has been held in a different neighbourhood each year since its inception. This year, the parent organizing committee has received permission from Oak Bay council and Lulie Street residents near Fireman’s Park for this wonderful family celebration.

The red carpet event will take place on Friday, May 10 between 4 and 6 p.m. and provides parents and family members an opportunity to see the grads in formal attire while enjoying refreshments generously donated by the local business community.

Following the Block Party, the graduates head by bus to their formal dinner/dance at the Inn at Laurel Point.

Oak Bay High School graduation ceremony will be held at the University of Victoria on June 18.

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