A Seussified Christma

Dinner Theatre Fundraiser
Hosted by the Students of Seven
Summits Centre for Learning


Kick-start your holiday season with a Seussified evening of dinner theatre on Friday, December 5th, 5:30pm at the Miners Hall. This fundraiser is entirely student driven. Come join the students of Seven Summits Centre for Learning in an essential part of their arts education. Recent UVic Theatre graduate and Theatre Mentor, Sharmila Miller, encourages you to not only come witness an important arts education experience, but to participate in an applied learning environment. There will be a silent auction included in the evening’s festivities, so leave your “Bah! Humbug” mind set behind and invest in the future of our kids, community, and education. Help our kids “discover their passions, as academically minded, self-expressive, and socially conscious individuals.”

“The students have created teams to design everything from sets, props, and costumes to hall décor,” Miller says, “and are directing everything from rehearsals and marketing to the silent auction component!”


As Dr. Seuss says,


UNLESS someone like you

cares a whole awful lot,

nothing is going to get better.

It’s not.



So head on down to Café Books West, or the Alpine Grind to pick up your tickets. Or call (250) 362-7772.



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