BrainWAVE ON 2019 Famous People Players

BrainWAVE invites you to Famous PEOPLE Players!

Date
Saturday, November 2, 2019
 
Time:  11:00 am - 3:00 pm (approx)
Venue:

Famous PEOPLE Players
343 Evans Avenue, Toronto, M8Z 1K2

Join BrainWAVE at Famous PEOPLE Players:

  • Join BrainWAVE for lunch in the “Dine and Dream” Dinner Theatre, which includes an exceptional performance in the dining room while Celebrity Chef, Christopher Woods, designs and creates an exquisite dining experience for all those who attend.
     
  • Choose from the lunch options below.
     
  • Spaces are limited, so register early
     
  • Participants are responsible for their own parking. 

RSVP before October 18, 2019 - Registration now closed.

If you have any questions regarding this event please contact Todd Goold at 1-800-265-5106 ext. 237 at tgoold@braintumour.ca.

If there are any changes to your RSVP status, please inform us ASAP so that other arrangements for the tickets can be made.

Please indicate your lunch choice as well as any allergies or accessibility requirements on the form below. Alcohol is not permitted at any BrainWAVE event.

  1. Chicken Supreme in a magnificent Delicious Reduction, silky Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes and savory Heirloom Carrots sautéed with fresh thyme or in season vegetables
     
  2. Our beautifully fresh made-to-order Salmon, in an FPP Special Glaze
     
  3. Vegetarian Stir-fry, kale on a Saffron Basmati Rice.
     
  4. Chicken Strips  (Made from scratch-delicious)
Please note: Registration for this event is limited to BrainWAVE members (pediatric brain tumour patients) and their immediate family only. 

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