Innkeeper’s Christmas party to benefit KGH Foundation

Hotel Eldorado and the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation host the Innkeeper’s Seasonal Celebration on Dec.4.

The Hotel Eldorado and the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation will host the unofficial kick-off to the Christmas holidays in Kelowna, with the 23rd annual Hotel Eldorado Innkeeper’s Seasonal Celebration on Tuesday, Dec.4.

Put on by the Nixon Family and the staff of the Hotel Eldorado, this party will have over-the-top food stations created by award-winning chef Derek Bendig, an incredible selection of wine and cocktails from local proprietors and DJ entertainment surrounded by the charm of the Hotel Eldorado.

Truly a fundraising event, all staff donate their time and vendors their product to ensure the most significant impact is made on improving health care in our community.

This year’s proceeds will support the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation and the hospital’s labour and delivery department .

“Over its 22 years, the Innkeeper’s has raised over $500,000 for our hospital and that number keeps growing thanks to the community’s enthusiastic involvement,” said Doug Rankmore, chief executive officer of the KGH Foundation.

Tickets go on sale Nov. 6. Limited numbers will be available so buy early to avoid disappointmen.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.kghfoundation.com as well as over the phone at 250-862-4438.

The event runs from 6:30 to 10 p.m. on Dec. 4, and tickets cost $200/person.

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