Consider gifts of entertainment

Salmon Arm is a culturally rich community, so why not consider a gift that will entertain?

  • Dec. 16, 2014 7:00 a.m.

Salmon Arm is a culturally rich community, so why not consider a gift that will entertain?

How about a Shuswap Theatre Gift Card? You pick the amount and it can be used as partial or full payment for any Shuswap Theatre event that offers online ticket sales.

The gift cards have no expiry date and may be redeemed either online, at Intwined Fibre Arts where the gift cards are available, or at the door. Any unused portion is automatically carried forward for a future event.

One hot event that takes place in the cold of winter,  and sells out quickly, is the Shuswap Trail Alliance’s fundraising (emphasis on the fun) Trail Party and Silent Auction that takes place Friday, Feb. 6. Tickets are available at Skookum Cycle & Ski and Ridetech.

How about looking ahead to the long, hot days of summer and the annual Roots and Blues Festival?

Earlybird prices are in effect and tickets are available at www.rootsandblues.ca or by calling 250-833-4096.

Don’t forget the great savings on Salmar movie passbooks, where you purchase six tickets for the price of five. Tickets are good for any show. Passbooks can be purchased at Salmar Grand Cinemas, The Salmar Classic Theatre and Lucky’s in Centenoka Park Mall.

 

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