Native Sons Hall Tea Dance

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musicians at tea dance

Photo by Bill Jorgensen

The Tea Dance held in the Native Son’s Hall is one of the best kept secrets of the July 1st celebrations.  It takes place in the historic Native Son’s Hall during the afternoon of Canada Day from 2 – 4pm.

The Native Sons Hall on Cliffe Avenue, just across the road from the Museum, was built by our founding fathers and is the largest log constructed building in Canada.

The music is wonderful and is played by the Georgia Straight Big Band. As the name implies the band plays like Guy Lomardo’s band.  The music is great to dance to.  People of all ages have the opportunity to enjoy the beautifully refurbished dance floor.  The Evergreen Club will be serving tea and coffee with cake.

The Tea Dance is free and all are encouraged to enjoy! The Evergreen Club based in the Florence Filberg Centre host this event.