The Abbotsford Hospice Society presents its annual Butterfly Ball on Saturday, April 4. (Ciao Bella Photography)

Tickets available for Abbotsford Hospice Society gala

Annual Butterfly Ball fundraiser takes place in April

Tickets are now available for the Abbotsford Hospice Society’s 16th annual Butterfly Ball.

The event, this year titled A Night in Bloom, takes place Saturday, April 4 at the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre.

The fundraiser features a three-course dinner with a welcome drink, wine, entertainment, dancing, prizes, and silent and live auctions.

Proceeds help support the programs and services of the Hospice Society, which operates Holmberg House, a 10-bed adult hospice on the Dave Lede Campus of Care adjacent to Abbotsford Regional Hospital.

Tickets are available online at abbotsfordhospice.org/butterflyball.

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