Kaatza Players giving community volunteers opportunity to see ‘Blithe Spirit’

Giving back: Enter to win one of 25 passes to Kaatza Players production of 'Blithe Sptit'

Rehearsals for Kaatza Lakeside Players spring production — that will run from May 8 -11 — Blithe Spirit, are progressing twice weekly at the Centennial Hall, in Lake Cowichan. This light-hearted comedy was written by Noel Coward, England’s famous playwright, in a mere 16 days, during the London Blitz of 1942.

The dress rehearsal for the production on May 6, will be a special night for some very special people — the volunteers of Lake Cowichan. From April 21 to April 27, the Players are celebrating Volunteer Week, in conjunction with the Cowichan Lake and District Chamber of Commerce, by offering the opportunity to win one of 25 certificates for volunteers to attend.

Send information about your volunteer activity in an email to kaatzalakesideplayers@gmail.com or send the information to CLDCC. Names  of those who entered will be drawn during the Lady of the Lake meet and greet on  April 24 at the Cow Café.

—Glenda Burg, Kaatza Lakeside Players


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