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Richmond long-term care home raising funds for courtyard upgrades

The new tranquility garden will incorporate Asian, Indigenous and Western designs.
Rosewood Manor is raising money to upgrade its east courtyard.

A Richmond long-term care home is hoping to transform a courtyard into a space for residents and family to enjoy quiet time together.

Rosewood Manor, which successfully raised funds last year to make its koi pond garden dementia-friendly, is holding two events to raise $100,000 to improve its east courtyard.

"To recognize the range of different cultural beliefs and spiritual practices, Asian, Western and Indigenous features will be incorporated in the designs of the pergola, new pathway with bench (and) flower beds," Rosewood Manor executive Jocelyne Wong told the Richmond News.

On June 22, community members are invited to a Studio 54-themed fundraiser party at The Canadian Brewhouse at 4755 McClelland Road, which promises a night full of food, fun, dancing, raffle prizes and a silent auction 

Tickets are $40 per person and can be purchased at Rosewood Manor at 6260 Blundell Road.

Later this year, Rosewood Manor will also bring back its annual Family Day at the Park event as part of its fundraising efforts. 

For more information about Rosewood Manor and to donate, click here.

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