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CBC Victoria's 75th Anniversary Open House
10 and to 2 pm Saturday October 1
1025 Pandora Avenue


  • Step into the studio and see how things work.  Release your inner announcer and record a station ID.  Gregor Craigie, Jo-Ann Roberts, Khalil Akhtar, Kelly Nakatsuka, Bob McDonald, Shelagh Rogers, Don Genova and Grant Lawrence will be there giving tips!
  • Bring an apple pie and donate it to the LifeCycles  table to help raise funds. You'll be entered into a draw for a dinner for two and tickets to the November 19 Dee Daniels jazz concert at the Alix Goolden Hall. 
  • At noon, feel the tension as the hosts present their own home-baked pies to the judges, including news anchor Tony Parsons.
  • Any extra apples going to waste?  Bring them too.
  • Mystery apples growing in your yard? A BC Fruit Testers expert will identify them for you.  Bring samples from both sides of the tree.
  • Like exploring by bike? Enter to win two free tickets to the first Sooke Slow Food Cycle event October 9. Check out their display.
  • Apple Muffins don't grow on trees. Apple-blackberry muffins baked by the Camosun College Culinary School will be available for a healthy snack.
  • The prize vault is open for this special occasion.  Try your hand at the lucky draw for a coveted CBC item.

CBC Radio Victoria's 75 Anniversary Open House
10 and to 2 pm Saturday October 1
1025 Pandora Avenue

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