Thursday, May 23, 2013

St. Paul's singles to celebrate 35th anniversary

Club invites adults for a dinner and dance
A couple dances the tango in St. Peter's Square three days after the election of Pope Francis,  March 16.
(Alistair Burns / The B.C. Catholic)
The St. Paul's Catholic Singles Club will celebrate their 35th anniversary with a dinner and dance May 25. Couples will join for a joyous evening in the Sunrise Community Hall (1950 Windermere Street) in Vancouver.

The non profit organization was founded in 1978 for those 38 and older, and eligible for marriage in the Church. With a live singing performance by Patrizia Coletta, the doors open at six p.m. 

Tickets are $35.

For more information, go to the St. Paul's website.

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