Thanksgiving potluck Oct. 1 in Chemainus

Cowichan Neighbourhood House is hosting a Thanksgiving potluck Dinner with Neighbours on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Cowichan Neighbourhood House is hosting a Thanksgiving potluck Dinner with Neighbours on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Supper times are at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., and it is free to attend. Turkey, ham and salmon will be provided by the volunteers, but people should bring a dish of salad, veggies, or a dessert (no peanuts or bell peppers due to allergies).

“If you cannot bring a dish, please come anyway,” says a notice for the event.

People are asked to RSVP and state a dinner slot, as seating is limited.

Anyone interested in helping with the cooking and cleaning should contact 250-246-3202.

The event is being held in unit 3 of Cowichan Neighbourhood House.

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