Join the Youbou Community Association for their third annual New Years party. (Submitted)

Join your neighbbours for New Years at the Youbou Community Hall

Littlehead, Vancouver Island’s premier rock ‘n’ roll cover band.

Join your neighbours for New Years at the Youbou Community Hall

It’s been the place to be for the last two years and this year is no different. Youbou is gearing up for its third annual rocking New Year’s Eve at the Youbou Community Hall to help you ring out the old and ring in the new.

The annual event is brought to you by the Youbou Community Association and the group hopes all will attend to enjoy Littlehead, Vancouver Island’s premier rock ‘n’ roll cover band.

Your $40 ticket gets you free soft drinks, a snack, party favours and if you reserve, a shuttle service to and from the party. There is limited seating on the shuttle so book early to avoid disappointment.

Doors open at 8 p.m. with the band starting at 9 p.m. Tickets are available for $40 each at Scarlet’s Second Hand Boutique and the Cowichan Lake Visitor Centre, plus at Youbou businesses: Cassy’s Coffeehouse, Daly’s Auto Centre, the Shop & Save, and the Youbou Bar & Grill. YCA board members are also selling tickets.

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