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Central Okanagan Hospice Butterfly Effect remembers loved ones

'It is a deeply meaningful event that symbolizes hope, transformation'
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The Central Okanagan Hospice Association (COHA) hosts its annual Butterfly Effect event on Saturday, July 13, 2024.

The Central Okanagan Hospice Association (COHA) hosts its annual Butterfly Effect event on Saturday, July 13. 

It is a meaningful opportunity for individuals to release a butterfly in remembrance of a loved one and create new memories.

“It is a deeply meaningful event that symbolizes hope, transformation, and the beauty of life transitions, reminding us of the enduring connections we had with our lost loved ones,” said Natasha Girard, COHA executive director.

More than 400 butterflies will be released at the event at Falcon Ridge Farms (579 Rifle Road). 

Activities include a children’s games, a memory wall to write a message, refreshments and live music. 

For more information on the and to purchase a butterfly visit tine COHA website.



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