Thursday Evening Early Bird

Thursday, June 11th, 2020 Early Bird Event

Great News!!!  We have been able to add a second exciting offer for you to enjoy Niagara on Thursday Night!!!

We do apologize that you do have to re-enter your information to register for this event – it was the best way to facilitate the registration process. The link to the registration page is available by visiting here.

“A Casual Dinner at Inniskillin Winery” 

Due to the popularity of the Navy Hall dinner, we are offering an option for an evening at one of the great wineries in the region.

The evening includes a 3-course dinner (with wine pairings) at one of Niagara’s original estate wineries, Inniskillin Wines (www.inniskillin.com).

Located on the historic Niagara Parkway, Inniskillin is a wine industry pioneer, leading the way in Niagara for over 35 years. Their Icewine is sold in over 40 countries around the world!

Guests will be picked up at White Oaks and delivered in style, with return transportation included.

The Wine Store will be open, for anyone who wants to extend the Inniskillin experience. The cost for this event will be $100 per person, and is being partially sponsored by our good friends at Inniskillin Wines.

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Thursday, June 11th, 2020 Early Bird Event at Navy Hall

Cost $100 per person.  Register Early as only 85 spots are available!

Due to the popularity of Thursday’s evening early bird, the event is now sold out.  If you are interested in being on a waiting list for the event please click here to send an email to the Gala Committee – you will be placed on the wait list.  

 

Click for info on Navy Hall

The 1814 Officer’s Dinner

Loosely based upon the War of 1812, this event’s premise is set upon an officer’s mess dinner in which all attendees are given a rank.
These ranks create the lively table atmosphere which is governed by the “Rules of Decorum for the Officer’s Mess”.
These rules also form the basis for much of the interactive entertainment as blatant breaking of the rules could result in a featured role with the mess stocks.
Other volunteers are brought forward for the reading of the rules, demonstrating the mess hunting horn and re-enacting the Battle of Queenston Heights.
All of the participatory fun is neatly placed between courses. During actual dining times, live music is provided.
Parks Canada has been performing the 1812 Garrison Dinner for over 8 years and it has yet to lose its appeal with our public and private sector audiences.
The Officer’s Dinner draws on features of a time gone by that is contemporized by appropriate humour and song.
Running Order:
7:30 – Guests are seated – Introduction of the mess and Rules
8:00 – First Course
8:20 – Stocks Punishment, Horn Blowing, Comedy Songs
8:45 – Main Course with Live Music
9:15 – Dessert Served
9:20 – Re-enactment of Battle of Queenston Heights
9:45 – Board transportation to return to White Oaks