The Canucks are coming!

  • Sep. 5, 2013 10:00 a.m.

YOU ARE INVITED TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10th OMVC FEAST HALL 11am – 3pmCANUCKS EVENT SCHEDULE11am – Start· Community Welcome by OMVC Chief Counsellor Ken Rea.· Raising of the Canucks Flag outside the OMVC Village Office11:30am – Vancouver Canucks arrive at Hall· Team Introductions12 noon – 1pm – BAR BQ· Vancouver Canucks Team serves the community· Salmon, Halibut, Hot Dogs, salads, granola bars and juice.1pm – 2:30pm – Activities with the Canucks.· Floor Hockey· Basketball toss· Table Rod Hockey· Pedal Cars· Face Painting2:30 – Team presentations and Community Photo.3pm – Vancouver Canucks depart.Parking in Old Massett will be restricted so park at Howard Philips Hall in Masset and take the free shuttles to the event that will leave every 15 minutes or sooner starting at 10am.We hope to see you all there!

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