‘Furtastic’ night of improv

Benefit event to help Maple Ridge branch of SPCA.

Theatre in the Country is hosting a “Furtastic Night at the Improv” on Sunday to benefit the Maple Ridge branch of the SPCA.

There will be silent auction and raffle items, and a cash draw – all to benefit the abused, neglected abandoned animals of Maple Ridge.

Tickets for the Oct. 18 event can be purchased online, at the B.C. SPCA Maple Ridge Branch, or at Scotia Bank-Maple Ridge, Bosleys’ pet store and Dewdney Animal Hospital.

Tickets are $20 each or two for $35, and include coffee and dessert.

Ticket sales close Friday night.

Theatre in the Country is located at 9975 – 272 Ave., Maple Ridge. The event goes from 5:3 to 9:30 p.m.


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