What does a story of forest animals and a curious child’s expedition have to do with raising money for a local food bank? The Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) hopes to explain this Saturday, December 18 by presenting Suki’s Reindeer Wish at the North Delta Center for the Arts.
There will be two timed events – one at 1:30 p.m. and the other at 3:15 p.m. Seats are limited and can be reserved on Eventbrite by searching for Suki’s Reindeer Wish. Entrance is by donation at the door and every penny will go to Deltassist to support their emergency food cabinet. Donations over $ 20 are eligible for a tax receipt.
âWe created something fun, quirky, and a little silly with a mix of forest creatures to raise money for a good cause,â says Kim Lawton, local writer and author of Suki’s Reindeer Wish.
Families will have the opportunity to craft a reindeer and get a winter portrait before the show begins. There will also be a limited concession with kid-friendly snacks.
DLAS has a mandate to bring the love of writing and literature to the community through events, workshops and advocacy. Events like this can only happen when friends come together and the city of Delta has once again shown that it will stand up for the arts in our community.
âWe are grateful to the city for their support in helping us provide quality family programs and, at the same time, support to those in need in our community,â said Angela Rebrec, President of DLAS.
Links to book tickets with Eventbrite are available on DLAS Facebook and Instagram pages at Facebook @ deltaliteraryartssociety and Instagram @ deltaliteraryartssociety
If you have any questions about this event and other upcoming events, email the company at [email protected] Everyone is invited to get involved by becoming a member for $ 25 per year.