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BrainTrust Canada Christmas shopping fundraiser

Babes, Baubles and Bevies, a fun evening of socializing and shopping in support of brain injury education and prevention, is a fundraiser hosted by BrainTrust Canada.

It takes place Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Braintrust office, 11-368 Industrial Ave.

Local vendors, who will donate a portion of their sales to BrainTrust Canada as well as the United Way, include Annegrets Chocolate, Bella Clothing Boutique/Dandy Diva, Blessings & Beyond readings, Burnett’s Florist and Gifts, Chi Weaver Shiatsu, Gold Canyon Candles, Hope Soap, Karmyc Designs leather accessories, Lavish Accessories, Moonlight Orchid Spa massage, Precious Stones Jewelry, Shut Out Sports Collectibles, Smart Betty, Xenja Wear bamboo wear and Younique Makeup.

Tickets are $15 and are being pre-sold online at www.braintrustcanada.com, or at the BrainTrust Canada office.

The ticket price includes wine tasting from Sperling Vineyards,  appetizers from Deli City, door prizes and entertainment by the local ladies singing group ‘8 Misbehavin’.

For tickets contact Magda Kapp at 250-762-3233, local 115, or visit www.braintrustcanada.com and click on “Babes, Baubles & Bevies”.

BrainTrust Canada is a leader in injury prevention, and maximizing independence for persons with brain injury.

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