Nanoose Events – New Year’s Gala Dinner & Dance

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Wednesday, December 31, 2014 – New Year’s Gala Dinner & Dance – 6:30pm at the Smoke ’n Water Restaurant in Nanoose, BC – a 23-minute trip from Nanaimo, BC

Come celebrate the New Year in style in Nanoose, BC for a fantastic evening of dinner, music, and dancing.

The four-course meal includes a wide variety of choices in appetizers, entrees, and desserts such as baked salmon wellington, filet mignon, portabella and artichoke risotto, tiramisu, and more. Live music will feature Paul and Jessica, a rock ’n roll duo based in Nanoose, who will help get the real dancing started at 8pm.

Get the best seat available for dinner by booking your reservation ahead of time at the Smoke ’n Water Restaurant where this event is taking place. If you’re coming just to dance, there’s a $15 cover at 9pm after dinner. Overnight accommodation for those coming out of town is available nearby and on-site at the Pacific Shores Resort.

Nanoose Event Details:

Event: New Year’s Gala Dinner & Dance

Date: Wednesday, December 31, 2014. 6:30pm.

Location: Smoke ’n Water Restaurant (1600 Stroulger Road), Nanoose, BC – a 23-minute trip from Nanaimo, BC 

Prices: $59 for all (dinner, dancing, etc.) or $15 at the door for drinks and dancing.

Tickets: Phone: Smoke ’n Water (250-468-7192)

Accommodation: Phone: Pacific Shores Resort & Spa (1-855-733-4876)

Contact: Email: or phone: 250-327-6931

Official websites:,

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