The entire group of Tour de Rock riders and volunteers at 49th Parallel’s garage sale. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Tour de Rock Cowichan events planned for coming weeks

On Sept. 16 there’s a Paint Nite party

Two more Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock events are slated for the coming weeks in Cowichan.

On Sept. 16, a Paint Nite party in support of Tina Nordstrand’s head shave fundraiser will result in a painting of a cherry blossom tree and in money for the Cops for Cancer cause. The event kicks off at 1:30 p.m. at Chances Cowichan on Cowichan Way.

Nordstrand’s fundraising goal is $10,000 and tickets for the $45 event can be purchased online at https://www.paintnite.com/events/murasaki-cherry-blossoms-at-chances-cowichan-10098109. For more information, email cloud10esthetics@gmail.com

On Oct. 2 winners will be announced for the Cowichan Valley Tour de Rock Raffle. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased at the Coast Capital Savings in Duncan or by contacting cowichantdr@gmail.com.

First place prize is two nights at the Villa Eyrie Resort and a $300 dining voucher. Second place is a $200 spa certificate at the Villa Eyrie Resort.

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