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15th Annual United Way “Homes for the Holidays”

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November 22, 2016 - 11:34 AM

Are you looking for holiday decor inspiration and a way to give back to your community? The 15th annual United Way “Homes for the Holidays “ tour is taking place this weekend, November 26th and 27th.

Presented by RBC, “Homes for the Holidays” features five homes volunteered by Kamloops residents and professionally decked out in true festive fashion by local designers and retailers. With designs ranging from minimalist Scandinavian to traditional holiday glitz and glam, this self-guided tour will have something for all. Each tour is capped off with live entertainment, wine from Monte Creek Ranch and delicious appetizers from Uptown Chefs & Catering at the Old Courthouse.

All proceeds from this event are donated to United Way and invested into community programs that give kids the opportunity to meet their full potential, help those in poverty, and create strong communities.

United Way is proud to partner with RBC, the title sponsor of this annual holiday event.

“RBC has a long-standing tradition of supporting community-based organizations. We are proud to be involved with Homes for the Holidays, and to work with the United Way to improve lives, strengthen our neighbourhoods,‎ and help our communities prosper,” says Pam Shaw, Regional Vice President of RBC Interior.

Tour times for this event are 12-4 pm or 5-9pm on Saturday, November 26th and 12-4pm on Sunday, November 27th.

Tickets for this event are only $40 and can be purchased at all RBC locations (cash only), or online.

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