Courtenay Little Theatre BBQ and AGM

June 16, 5:30 p.m. at CLT’s Space 1625 McPhee Ave

Courtenay Little Theatre invites its members and interested community members to attend its annual  end of season potluck barbecue, followed by the annual general meeting.

The club will provide burgers, including a vegetarian option, so bring a side or dessert dish to share. Cash bar. Music will be provided by the popular duo, Luke Blu Guthrie and Elizabeth.  Memberships will be available for purchase or renewal:  $15 individual, $20 family, $5 student.  CLT is the Comox Valley’s award-winning community theatre group which runs a three-show season at the Sid Williams Theatre in the fall, at Christmas, and in the spring.  2015-16’s season will feature “Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun” by Norm Foster, “It’s a Wonderful Life” by Peter Jorgensen, and Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”.  Tickets are on sale now at the Sid Williams Ticket Centre (250) 338-2430 or online www.sidwilliamstheatre.com.  Season’s discount tickets are $45 (one ticket for each show), new Flexpasses  are now available (6 tickets to any of CLT’s 2015-16 shows) for $110, or tickets may be purchased for individual shows.  For more information on CLT, see www.courtenaylittletheatre.com.

 

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