Celebration of Mothers
Strength for the Journey will be hosting our first “Celebration of Mothers” Luncheon and Bermuda Entertainers Showcase on Mother’s Day.
The event will be held at the beautiful Willowbank Resort in the Conference Center on Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 1pm – 4pm
We will be honoring Mothers!!
Our MC is Nadanjah and featured will be an amazing line up of Bermuda’s top Entertainers.
? Bermuda’s # 1 comedian Bootsie
? Jazz extraordinaire – Shine Hayward
? Bermuda’s “Old School” 60’s, 70’s vocals-The Ufonics
? Bermuda Idol 2019 finalist – Cush Evans
? Mitchell “Live Wires”
? Billboard National Chart #1 Top Artists – Last Call
We have kept the advance ticket price at $60.00 for a scrumptious full course mean and live entertainment Showcase, to make it affordable for moms from all walks of life to attend.
There are only 200 tickets available and will go on sale April 21, 2019.
We will be giving away a free ticket each week on the show.
All advance tickets purchased before May 5th will go into a draw, and the lucky winner will win one free night at the Willowbank Resort on Mother’s Day Eve, along with 2 special guests to attend the Mother’s Day Lunch and Showcase.
The following options are available for purchase of tickets:-
? Reservations can be made at the Willowbank Resort – 234-1616 or 707-5224
? E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations will be given to Gina Spence Productions Champions for Children at Risk Program and MOMS Bermuda.
You don’t want to miss this wonderful celebration of Mothers, great food and great entertainment for only $60.00
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!
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