Dinner and a show for Mothers Day

Kimberley Summer Theatre offers special packages for Mom

  • May. 9, 2013 6:00 a.m.

Can’t think of what to buy mom for Mother’s Day? Does she have everything? How about treating her to an unforgettable Mother’s Day Dinner/Theatre Package?

On May 12th, Kimberley Summer Theatre, in partnership with area restaurants, is pleased to offer a very special promotional package to local residents that includes two discounted tickets ($20.00 each – regularly $23.00) to one of its summer performances of Self Help or The Wizard of Oz (your choice of production), a discounted and or specially priced menu item on a (dinner for two) reservation at one of the participating restaurants and a complimentary red rose in celebration of this very special holiday for mothers.

Participating Restaurants:

Lunch: Bears Eatery /Our Place / Snowdrift Café

Dinner: The Gasthaus am Platzl / Mozart House Inn / Chef Bernards Platzl Inn / Pedal & Tap

How to purchase the package:

1. Choose one of the participating restaurants (either lunch or dinner)

2. Decide which one of the two main stage shows you would like to attend (Self Help or Wizard of Oz)

3. Call or visit our box office (located in Centre 64 Theatre) to purchase and reserve your package.

*Guests are asked to please make their own reservations once they have booked their package. Furthermore, please advise our ticket agent of the performance/date they would like tickets too at the time of purchase.

For a complete list of entrées offered please visit our website at www.kimberleysummertheatre.ca under the heading “Box Office” – Special Packages.

*Guests must pick up their packages at the box office by 4:00 pm on May 11th. Payment is due at time of purchase, whether in person or over the telephone. Kimberley Summer Theatre accepts all major credit cards, cash and or debit only. No cheques.

*Packages include two tickets to the performance of your choice and two lunch or dinner vouchers that must be presented at the restaurant at time of seating. Vouchers are only valid for two meals (one per person). Vouchers do NOT include gratuity or liquor purchases. Note: No refunds, no exchanges and vouchers have no cash value

Total Value of Packages

Bears Eatery: $40 (2 tixs) $26.00 (lunch for 2) Total: $66.00 (reg: $76.00)

Our Place: $40 (2 tixs) $24.00 (lunch for 2) Total: $64.00 (reg: $74.00)

Snowdrift: $40 (2 tixs) $26.00 (lunch for 2) Total: $66.00 (reg: $76.00)

The Gasthaus: $40 (2 tixs) $54.00 (dinner for 2) Total: $94.00 (reg: $115.00)

Mozart Inn: $40 (2 tixs) $46.00 (dinner for 2) Total: $86.00 (reg: $101.00)

Chef Bernard’s: $40 (2 tixs) $30.00 (dinner for 2) $70 (reg: $88.00)

Pedal & Tap: $40 (2 tixs) $36.00 (dinner for 2) Total: $76 (reg: $94)

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