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Terminal City Club member Sherri Cheung blends art and dance for charity fundraiser

Sherri Cheung's passion for the arts has fuelled the efforts behind the Allure + Prestige fundraiser, with proceeds going towards Heal Our Lives Society

Credit: Stewart Stephenson Fine Art

Sherri Cheung | Allure + Prestige

Michaela corr, Club Relationship Manager at Terminal City Club, sits down with Sherri Cheung to find out more about her Latin-inspired Valentine’s Day party and the cause it supports.

MC: Can you please share a bit about yourself and your professional background?

SC: I’ve immersed myself in the arts since I was a young girl. At nine years of age, I started playing the piano, eventually obtaining my Grade 9 certificate from The Royal Conservatory of Music. I also found an early passion for Latin and ballroom dancing (hence the theme for the Valentine’s Day party). My parents were artists themselves – my father, an antique collector; and my mother, a painter. It was definitely my passion for the arts that shaped my professional life into what it is today.


MC: We are honoured to have been chosen as the venue for the Allure + Prestige fundraiser coming up on Saturday, February 13. Can you tell us more about the event and what members can expect?

SC: It will be an evening of romance and action – a great way to spend your Valentine’s Day with your loved one. Guests will enjoy sensual Latin beats, salsa lessons, as well as a charity art auction (a chance to see authentic Picasso, Dali and Matisse Art!). A portion of the proceeds will benefit Heal Our Lives Society.


Event Details:

Date & Time: Saturday, Feb 13, 2016 @ 7pm
Location: Terminal City Club, 837 W. Hastings St.
The Venue: 3000+ sq. ft. with dance floor and mingle area + art display room

Click here to obtain Ticket(s): BC Living Reader promo code: BCLVG


Click here for the full interview by Michaela Corr.