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Cupcake day at Alberni SPCA on Feb. 25

Jennifer Sears of Beckonings and Roxy, a chihuahua maltipoo cross, prepare for the BC SPCA’s National Cupcake Day. Sears will open her shop on Argyle Street on Monday, Feb. 25 to sell cupcakes baked by some of the Valley’s best bakers. - SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
Jennifer Sears of Beckonings and Roxy, a chihuahua maltipoo cross, prepare for the BC SPCA’s National Cupcake Day. Sears will open her shop on Argyle Street on Monday, Feb. 25 to sell cupcakes baked by some of the Valley’s best bakers.
— image credit: SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News

On Monday, Feb. 25, join Beckonings Upcycled Furnishings and Home Decor in Port Alberni and the BC SPCA for the first annual National Cupcake Day.

“It’s going to be like a drop-in tea party,” says Beckonings owner Jennifer Sears. She will transform her store, normally closed on Mondays, into a “tea shop” for this fundraiser. Visitors are welcome to purchase cupcakes for a donation to the SPCA.

Bakers from Lemon Drop and Cup Crave will provide cupcakes, including a vegan option. Silvia Caston will have samples of her steeped teas, including a flavour called Vanilla Cupcake.

Beckonings is located at 4977 Argyle St., just up from Third Avenue.

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