The St. Saviours Church Penticton and men’s club are hosting a Harvest Dinner on Nov. 16. Tickets are $20 each for the turkey and ham dinner with all of the trimmings and pie for dessert. Small children get in free. (Photo from Unsplash)

Join St. Saviours Church, men’s club for Harvest Dinner on Nov. 16

Tickets to the turkey and ham dinner with pie for dessert are $20 each

St. Saviour’s Church Penticton and its men’s club are inviting members of the community to their annual harvest dinner.

Join members of the church and club for at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 at the church, located at 150 Orchard Ave., for a turkey and ham dinner with all of the trimmings and pie for dessert. Tickets for the event are $20 each and can be picked up in advance at the church office or at the door the night of.

If you would like to reserve your tickets, call 250-492-4325. A bus for transportation to and from the church can be provided at a cost of $10. Families are encouraged to attend and small children get in for free.

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