Drayton Rotary Club set to host New Year’s Eve bash at Chop House

DRAYTON – The Drayton Rotary Club is inviting area residents to a New Year’s Eve bash at the Drayton Chop House, located at 41 Wellington St. N., Drayton.

“This unforgettable evening promises to be a blend of culinary delights, lively entertainment and community spirit as we welcome 2024,” Rotary officials state.

The doors open at 7pm, kicking off a night that will feature a gourmet four-course meal. The meal will begin with appetizer options setting the celebratory mood. 

The main course will include either:

– vegetable penne pasta in a luscious rose sauce;

– a succulent overnight roasted beef with citrus Jus; or

– grilled chicken with mushroom sauce. 

The meal concludes with a selection of assorted tarts and a special custom Rotary Cake, ensuring a sweet start to the new year.

Dancing will follow diner with DJ Travis Kell “creating the perfect atmosphere for festivities,” officials state.

As the clock strikes midnight, revellers will join in a   champagne toast, (included in the ticket price) marking the beginning of a new year.

Community contribution

By attending the event, parties are not only in for a night of fun but will also contribute to the local community. 

“The Drayton Rotary Club is proud to host this event under the new management and ownership of the Drayton Chop House, showcasing a fresh and exciting vibe,” organizers state.

Ticket Information

Tickets are $100 each or $199 per pair, available in pairs only on Eventbrite. 

To avoid the Eventbrite fee or to purchase individual tickets attendees can purchase with cash or EFT. For ticket purchases and more information, visit the Eventbrite page (just search “drayton” at Eventbrite.ca) or email draytonrotaryclub@gmail.com. Spots are limited.

 The Drayton Rotary Club is dedicated to bringing the community together through various initiatives and events. 

“Our commitment to local causes and community engagement makes every event not just a celebration but also a means to positively impact our town,” club officials state.

Community News Staff