The Reach Gallery Museum holds its annual Broads Brunch @Brambles Bistro fundraiser on Saturday, April 13. (Submitted photo)

The Reach hosts annual Broads Brunch fundraiser

Event on April 13 in Abbotsford raises money for programs

The Reach Gallery Museum holds the seventh annual Broads Brunch @Brambles Bistro fundraiser on Saturday, April 13,

The event, which begins at 3:30 p.m., invites women to enjoy lively camaraderie over a buffet prepared by the bistro chefs, and sip a glass of cool sangria.

This year, it’s a celebration of Easter bunnies and bonnets, and guests are invited to wear a fashionable hat for a chance to win one of two fascinators from Roxanne’s Hats, along with a high-tea experience from Tracycakes Bakery Cafe.

Tanglebank’s green-thumb queen, Brenda Falk, will also demonstrate how to create a blossoming Easter/spring decor piece.

“But best of all, this no-fuss, no-muss delightful brunch is about raising crucial dollars for creatively interactive visual literacy and critical-thinking arts and heritage learning programs for kids to seniors at The Reach,” said Ingrid Epp, director of development at The Reach.

Tickets are $50 for members of The Reach and $55 for guests. They are available online at or by calling 604-864-8087.

Brambles Bistro is located at Tanglebank Gardens at 29985 Downes Rd.

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