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By ticket to Unwrapped, shop and help charities

Wine tasting is just one of the attractions at the annual Unwrapped — A Charitable Night of Shopping, which will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Coquitlam Centre mall. - Submitted photo
Wine tasting is just one of the attractions at the annual Unwrapped — A Charitable Night of Shopping, which will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 22 at Coquitlam Centre mall.
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Christmas is just around the corner and to help you wrap up your shopping season is Unwrapped — A Charitable Night of Shopping.

On Tuesday, Nov. 22 from 7 to 10:30 p.m. at Coquitlam Centre mall, shoppers can get most of their seasonal shopping done and help bring Christmas to Tri-Cities families this year.

The full $10 price from tickets purchased from Share Family and Community Services or Coquitlam Centre guest services will help bring Christmas to families in the Tri-Cities.

Unwrapped, which is co-sponsored by The Tri-City News, has much in store for shoppers including one-night only special discounts and deals from participating retailers, festive tunes and entertainment, samplings of food, wine and treats from local restaurants and wineries (while quantities last).

Shoppers will have a chance to win hourly prizes, gift certificates and gift baskets. Tickets are $10 and guests must be 19 years or older to attend. No minors, including toddlers and babies, be allowed in.

To volunteer for this event, contact Heather Stacey at heather.stacey@sharesociety.ca or call 604-529-5107. Also check out www.sharesociety.ca for info. Volunteers must be also be 19 years and older to participate at this event.

Tickets can be purchased from Share offices at 200-25 King Edward St., Coquitlam (604-590-9161), or at guest services at Coquitlam Centre. To find out more, visit coquitlamcentre.com/unwrapped.

In all, Unwrapped will support 71 Tri-City groups and agencies, including Share. Donations of non-perishable food items are also appreciated at the event.

 

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