2007 GUNG HAGGIS FAT CHOY update: tickets on sale Friday, Dec 15???

2007 GUNG HAGGIS FAT CHOY update: 
tickets on sale

Monday, Dec 18th.

for the January 28th, 2007 dinner


Gung Haggis Fat Choy Robbie Burns Chinese New Year Dinner is a fundraising event.
Funds will be shared with the Gung Haggis Fat Choy Dragon Boat team, Joy Kogawa House, Ricepaper Magazine for subscriptions.

Tickets are available for sale on Dec. 18th.
Thank you for being patient.

Tickets will again be made available through Firehall Arts Centre.
Call 689-0926 to order by credit card,
Tickets can be mailed.
or purchase and pick up in person.

Advanced price now until January 15th is:
$60 + service charge for regular seating
$70 + service charge for premium seating (closer seating + 2 bottles wine at the table)

After January 15th, prices will go up to $70 for regular seats and $80 for Premium seats.

If you book a table of 10 – then you will recieve a special gift.  We are working on the details now.  But it will be GOOD!

But please do not call Firehall Arts Centre on weekends, as the office is closed.
In the mean time, check out the Firehall's hit play “Urine Town” which is now doing an extended run until Dec. 17th.

We are putting together a great show for Gung Haggis Fat Choy with
wonderful artists and lots of surprises, as always.  Afterall…
it will be the 10th annual dinner.

Lots of great ideas are happening… as well as solutions to the logistics.

Expect haggis dim sum appetizers to greet guests after they arrive at 5:30pm, prior to the show start at 6:30pm.
 
Not just the usual haggis won ton, there will be haggis spring rolls, plus some surprises. 
Afterall, “dim sum” can be literally translated as “pieces of the heart” (in an emotional way!)

Again… expect to see highlights from the CBC television performance special – Gung Haggis Fat Choy!

Confirmed performers include Brave Waves, Heather Pawsey, Leore Cashe, Lensey Namioka, and more surprises!

CBC Radio's Priya Ramu, host of “On the Coast” – will co-host the event with me.

These past few weeks I have been very busy researching and trying to find
and identify pictures of my ancestor Rev. Chan Yu Tan for a CBC Generations
documentary that will be aired on CBC Television in February.  So
that's my excuse for not writing on the blog this weekend.

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