Willowbrook Charity Shopping Night Nov. 14

Christmas is around the corner, time to get shopping and help local charities

With only 40 days to Christmas Eve, now is the time to get shopping and what better way than to come to the exclusive Willowbrook Shopping Centre’s Charity Shopping Night Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Get the mall to yourselves, and enjoy an elevated shopping experience while helping numerous local charities including the Langley School District Foundation, Autism Speaks Canada, Langley Community Services Society and Langley Memorial Hospital.

One hundred per cent of the $10 ticket sales will go to support the charities.

The event includes $25,000 in prizes, free refreshments, live entertainment and some store specials.

All event attendees must have an event ticket. Enter through main doors or through Sears, Hudson’s Bay or Toys R Us.

Tickets at the door must be in cash and can be had at the north entrance. Tickets can also be bought at the mall’s customer service centre.

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