Get On Board Gala in Support of Black History Month Events

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Join the Unique Get Together Society (“UGTS”) on December 1st for the Get on Board Gala in support of their Black History Month events coming up in February 2022.

This event has been postponed until December, 2022

Get on Board Gala for Black History Month

Get On Board Gala

  • When: December 1, 2021 from 6:00pm to 11:00pm
  • Where: The Pipe Shop (115 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver)
  • Tickets: Available online now for $150
    • COVID Protocols in place. All guests must be fully vaccinated and be able to show proof of vaccination via QR code at the doors. Guests will also be required to wear a mask when they are not seated. Mingling at other tables will also not be permitted. There will be extra masks and hand sanitizer at your disposable.

Enjoy local entertainment from Northburn Records while savouring an authentic Jamaican dinner by Kiss Yo Mama Jamaican Cuisine and Catering.  Guests will have an opportunity to bid on items in our auction, and purchase wine from a wine wall from a local winery, Peller Estates.

Raffle prizes and and live auction products donated by One Thing Designs, Karibu Handcrafted Soaps, Scandinave Spa Whistler, and more. Guests will have an opportunity to browse the live auction upon arrival and browse the wine wall through out the night.

All proceeds will go towards funding the All Aboard: Black History Month Celebration events.

About the Unique Get Together Society

UGTS provides services to assist Indigenous and marginalized families, and individuals, get through hard times, whether that’s through trauma recovery, food hamper delivery, support programs, activities, and more:”

“At Unique Get Together Society, we believe celebrating and learning about all histories and cultures of Canada is important to continue on the path to equity and equality. Many of us don’t have the opportunity to learn about BIPOC history and our present accomplishments that helped shape many cities and provinces in Canada, including Vancouver.

Black History is just as significant as colonial history in North America and gives insight to the many complexities of systemic racism and how that is still affecting BIPOC communities today. We rely on donations and funding to help create these safe spaces for black community members and artists, where they can tell their stories and share their experiences, in order for us all to learn and grow together.”

For more information about the Get on Board Gala and the society’s work in the community, follow UGTS on Facebook and Instagram.

Miss604 is a proud sponsor of this event.

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