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Habitat Acquisition Trust and the Land Trust Alliance of BC are partnering up again this year to celebrate A Green Christmas Party 2014!
This happy hour Art Show and Auction will bring together all of our wonderful supporters in the community to raise funds and awareness for conservation locally, and across BC. The live auction hosts several local artists, and silent gift and adventure auction is filling up with goods from local businesses as well!
Delicious happy hour appies have been generously donated by the Red Barn Market including their famous smoked cheeses with beer and wine available to purchase by donation as well. University of Victoria String Trio will be performing live before and after the live art auction.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Yes, this is a 19+ only event.
What are my parking options getting to the event?
There is a Robbins pay parking lot directly behind the venue, access at 738 Pandora Ave, rate $2.50 per hour. Also, City street parking on both sides of Pandora Ave, rate $2.50 per hour, free after 6:00pm.
Is this event accessible for those with different mobilities?
Yes! This event is wheelchair/walker accessible, with an accessible washroom as well.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
You CAN bring your support (and checkbook) for conservation in Victoria and abroad to BC. You CANNOT bring your own alcoholic beverages (we will have more than enough for you!)
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Absolutely! Feel free to call or email HAT or LTABC. HAT: 250-995 2428, or firstname.lastname@example.org. LTABC: 250 590 1921 or email@example.com
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You are welcome to bring your digital (using Eventbrite App) or printed ticket to the event. We can also hold your ticket at the door (Will Call) and you can collect it when you arrive.
When & Where
Habitat Acquisition Trust
Habitat Acquisition Trust is Victoria’s local land trust working to protect and conserve important natural areas across the CRD.