Enjoy Oktoberfest at Sno-Valley Senior Center’s benefit auction, Oct. 14

  • Thursday, October 5, 2017 11:27am
  • Life

Sno-Valley Senior Center hosts its annual dinner and benefit auction, with an Oktoberfest theme, 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14 at Carnation Farms, 28901 Northeast Carnation Farm Road, Carnation.

Enjoy German-style food and drinks, plus and live and silent auctions, while benefiting the Sno-Valley Senior Center. The Bavarian Dance Band will provide live entertainment.

Reserved seating only. Tickets are $75 per person, and $100 VIP tickets, with included parking, raffle tickets and gift bags, are available.

Buy tickets online at www.snovalleysenior.org.

Proceeds benefit the Sno-Valley Senior Center which supports and empowers seniors to lead healthy, enriched lives. The Center helps fulfill needs for local seniors including transportation, nutrition and health, socialization, resources, fitness, activities and excursions.

The event is sponsored by the Snoqualmie Tribe, Linnerooth Team Realtors-Windermere, Dawn and Paul Haynes, Holland America, Carnation Farms, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Recology, Edward Jones/ Danny Edwards, Environmental Works, Great Smile Dental, Thrivent Financial, Metcalf Chiropractic Health & Laser Center, Golden Heritage Financial, Snoqualmie Brewery, One Hope Winery, EF Prints and Old Friends Club – NW Cellars.

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