Pamper yourself at Eldercare fundraiser at Oak Bay Beach Hotel

Enjoy some pre-holiday TLC for a cause this weekend in Oak Bay

Women will be treating themselves to some pre-holiday TLC at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel this Sunday (Nov. 10) for a fundraiser benefitting the Greater Victoria Eldercare Foundation.

Pamper with Purpose offers everything from fashion shows and entertainment to food and beverage options and various demonstrations by local professionals.

The Sparkle Brunch is sold out. At press time, tickets remained for the main event, scheduled for 2 to 6 p.m. The trade show-style gathering includes stations with entertaining and Christmas decorating demos, food and beverage sampling, artisan crafts for sale and raffle and door prize opportunities.

Tickets are $65. For more information, visit gvef.org/events.htm or call 250-370-5664.

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