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You’re invited to High Point’s Annual Block Party!

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Everyone is invited to come out and celebrate summer, meet their neighbours and enjoy friendship and community during an afternoon full of fun activities and celebration.

Family friendly activities at the Block Party will include a BBQ lunch, cotton candy, dunk tank, face painting as well as the Ultimate Inflatable Obstacle Course. There will also be live performances from Weak Patrol and The Colts.

All activities planned are free to the public … this is The Salvation Army’s way to say thanks and show appreciation for the year of support that the community has given High Point and the Greater Victoria Salvation Army.

2012 marks the 125th Anniversary of The Salvation Army assisting the greater Victoria area through many diverse programs and services.

We look forward to seeing you there!

WHERE: High Point Community Church @ 949 Fullerton Avenue

WHEN: Saturday, July 7 | 11am-3pm

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