Big Event schedule

Prize list (so far)

• Autographed item from Clayton Stoner of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild.

  • Feb. 18, 2012 10:00 a.m.

Prize list (so far)

• Autographed item from Clayton Stoner of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild.

• Autographed item from Willie Mitchell of the NHL’s LA Kings.

• Four Canucks Jerseys — each one signed by every player on the team

• Codfathers Charters — (Ken & Diane Jenkins) FULL DAY fishing charter & custom fish processing.

• Tides and Tales Charters — (Mike Kelly)  a half-day fishing charter and custom fish processing.

• Telegraph Cove: Weekend gataway that includes dinner and overnight stay.

• BC Ferries – Inside Passage sailing.

Two Canucks getaway packages:

• Coastwide Fishing Charters (Chad Calder) – set of Canucks tickets

• Pacific Coastal  — return airfare and accommodation for two to go see the Canucks game

FREE ACTIVITIES

• Swim 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

• Skate 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. • Face painting — Overwaitea.

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

• Live band – Jam Shack Araknids

• Kwakiutl First nations welcome & dancers.

• Clifton Murray — Top 10 Canadian Idol and one of the Four Canadian Tenors.

FREE FOOD & BEVERAGES

• Marine Harvest: salmon barbecue

• Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish: Smoked & candied salmon.

• Overwaitea: a ton of hot dogs, bottled water and bags of chips.

• Quarterdeck Inn/Pub & Resort: 2000 hot dogs.

• Peoples Drug Mart: Hot chocolate.

• Busy B’s Distributing Lynea & Brent Borg: beverages, slushies, coffee and other food items.

• Kelley’s Chocolates (Kelley Geisler).

• Pepsi: 800 cans of pop.

And don’t forget the Big Flavour Face Off pizza creation contest!

 

 

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