Win a pair of tickets for Bopping’ with the Beach Street Players

  • Feb. 7, 2018 8:30 a.m.

Contest alert!

We have two tickets for the Have a Heart Dinner Theatre Boppin’ with the Beach Street Players at the Filberg Centre for next Thursday, Feb.15.

The tickets, valued at $60/each, include dinner at 6:30 p.m. with the musical set for 7 p.m. If you want a night out – or perhaps a belated Valentine’s Day treat – enter the draw to win the tickets.

All you have to do is comment below with the person you’d like to take with you to the show, and your name will be entered into the draw to be made on Tuesday, Feb. 13 at 9 a.m.

The winner will be notified via Facebook, and must be able to pick up the tickets at the Record office (765 McPhee Ave. in Courtenay) prior to noon Feb. 15.

Good luck!

Just Posted

Changes coming to CVRD watering restrictions

The changes will come into effect in May

Comox marijuana bylaw vote set for today

A decision on a contentious Comox bylaw surrounding the plan to temporarily… Continue reading

Union Bay Improvement District trustee election April 21

Incumbent Jim Elliott seeks re-election; Ted Haraldson challenging

More NIC awards available in the Comox Valley this year

North Island College has more than 400 awards, valued at up to $5,000 each, available this year

Big Read: locked out of the woods

Vancouver Islanders struggle to balance back country public access with private land protection

NDP gives Liberal budget ‘failing grade’ on gender equality

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Sheila Malcolmson said budget doesn’t do enough to focus on pay equity

CONTEST: Win a whale-watching tour for four

Where in the world are the Snowbirds?

Builder of Kinder Morgan reinforces concerns over project

B.C. heads to court over pipeline jurisdiction as builder says doubt warranted

Health committee cheers idea of national pharmacare program, but cost an issue

Conservative health critic Marilyn Gladu says she fears costs could be far higher than $19 billion

Canada’s oldest blood donor says it’s all gain, no pain after decades of giving

Great-grandmother and Coquitlam, B.C., resident has been donating blood since the late 1940s

Union says Trump bullying threatens hundreds of B.C. pulp mill jobs

Fear mounts that new U.S. anti-dumping duties could price Catalyst mills out of business

B.C. real estate regulator to undergo NDP review

B.C. real estate agents were self-regulated until 2016, when BC Liberals appointed superintendent

B.C. pizza shop broken into 4 times in 2 weeks

A Vernon business owner is beginning to feel targeted

Man accused of Abbotsford school stabbing hearing voices, intensely paranoid

Lawyer says Gabriel Klein not fit to stand trial in May because of deteriorating mental state

Most Read