LAPS fundraiser is Nov. 3

Fifth annual Langley Animal Protection Society’s fundraising gala coming to Coast Hotel and Convention Centre.

  • Oct. 5, 2012 5:00 a.m.

It’s where furry tail endings happen. The fifth annual Langley Animal Protection Society’s fundraising gala takes place on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Coast Hotel and Convention Centre.

The evening includes dinner, dancing and live entertainment.

Tickets are $100 before Oct. 21 and $125 after.

The Patti Dale animal shelter takes in Langley’s lost, stray and unwanted cats and dogs. The shelter has set up a unique adoption program that includes basic training for each dog going to a new forever home.

To purchase tickets call the shelter at 604-857-5055 or visit the Patti Dale shelter at 26220 56 Ave. The gala has such a reputation for being a good time that tickets are already 60 per cent sold, said shelter manager Sean Baker.

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