Numerica Credit Union’s Winter Ice Gala
January 27th, 2017
A formal dinner & professional ice show benefiting the Arena Youth Enrichment Fund.
Numerica Blankets will be provided as guests will be seated on decked ice.
Ice Performance features:
Master of Ceremony, Mark Miller, General Manager, Town Toyota Center
Mistress of Ceremony, Jade Redinger, Good Morning News Anchor, KVEW-TV
Professional (and former Stars on Ice skaters) Kim Navarro & Brent Brommetre
Wenatchee Figure Skating Club
Miss East Cascades 2016, Brianna Eddy
Miss Washington 2016, Alicia Cooper
Fabulous Feet Dance Studio
6:00pm | Complimentary Champagne and Hors d'oeuvres
7:00pm | Dinner |Formal Attire
8:00pm | Ice Show
$125 per person | Six people per table *limited seating
Brie and cranberry filo cups with a drizzle of local honey
Potato cakes topped with cream fraiche smoked trout and chives
Mini spanakopita - spinach, cheese filled filo cups
Mixed greens, fresh orange, crumbled Chevre
and white balsamic vinaigrette
Roasted beef tenderloin medallions and prawns
finished with a drizzle of cognac cream sauce
on a bed of creamy polenta green bean bundles
with bacon and brown sugar
Chocolate creme brulee served in a coffee cup and saucer set
with a praline cookie whipped cream and chocolate dust
Menu Created by: Chef Jodi Riggles
Star Skaters presented by:
Wenatchee Figure Skating Club presented by:
Special Thanks to:
Don Fox Designs - Set Design
Merriment - Centerpieces
Ogden Murphy Wallace - Guitar Donation
WEN-CON is Wenatchee’s pop-culture convention, with guest stars, vendors, artists, games, panel discussions, prizes, cosplay and many, many other activities. It is an action-packed one-day-only event, from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. at the Town Toyota Center.
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017
Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Cost: $18 per person (ages 11 and older), $5 per person (ages 4-10). Three and under, free.
Admission price includes:
- Commemorative badge
- Free first autograph and selfie from each celebrity guest
- Free photos of the “Time Machine”
- Free opportunity to “Beat the Pro” with video game tester Sam “Doc” Castanon
- Cosplay (costume) contest
- Entry to all panels
Treat your tickets like cash. Lost, stolen, or otherwise misplaced tickets will not be replaced or refunded.
For more information please visit: WEN-CON.com
About the Show:
This unforgettable performance will feature Magical Music from Disney Movies. Derived from some of the most famous movie scores ever – Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Aladdin, The Lion King and more – the musical program explores many of Walt Disney’s stories and characters through memorable melodies. In addition to local instrumental musicians, the show will feature four Broadway caliber vocalists, high-resolution film clips from iconic Disney movies and a narrative presented by the singers and conductor.
The Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1947, is a group of talented North Central Washington musicians - your neighbors and friends. The Orchestra performs four concerts each season and provides a variety of youth and adult education and community engagement programs to the community. Music Director and Conductor Dr. Nikolas Caoile, Director of Orchestras at Central Washington University, leads the Symphony. The Association is proud to provide a platform for area musicians to exhibit their talents for the benefit of the region.
CLICK HERE for more information about the Wenatchee Symphony.
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COME ON DOWN
The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to "Come On Down" to win. Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car! Play classic games from television's longest running and most popular game show from Plinko™, to Cliffhangers™, to The Big Wheel™, and even the fabulous Showcase.
Playing to near sold-out audiences for nearly nine years, the Price Is Right Live! has given away more than 10 million dollars in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.
If you enjoy the rush of emotions experienced while watching the show on television, just imagine the possibilities if you were actually in the audience watching it live.
WANT TO PLAY? NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of 50 United States and Canada (excluding Puerto Rico & Quebec), 18 years or older. Ticket purchase will not increase your chances of being selected to play. To register for chance to be a contestant, visit registration area at or near the venue box office 3 hours prior to show time. For complete rules & regulations, including eligibility requirements, visit or call the box office. To enter theater to watch show, a ticket purchase is required. Sponsored by Good Games Live, Inc. Void where prohibited. Price is Right Live™/© 2016 FremantleMedia. All Rights Reserved.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT LIVE: Facts & Questions
How old do you have to be to register?
You must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible to register to become a contestant.
Can you still go to the show if you are under age?
Absolutely. Anyone can buy tickets and watch the show. It’s often a family affair, however only those 18 years of age or older can be eligible to be a contestant.
How will the registration process work?
Registration takes place day of show, prior to each performance. Beginning 3 hours before showtime, each eligible person who would like the opportunity to be selected to play will provide their first and last name and day of birth (0-31) to producers via registration cards which are given to eligible patrons by Venue staff. There is no ticket purchase required to register to be a contestant, and will not be considered a factor in determining eligible contestants or in the contestant selection process. Registration closes precisely at the scheduled showtime.
Will people be able to register before the night of the show?
Unfortunately not. All registration will open 3 hours prior to each show. People are encouraged to get there early to avoid lineups. Registration will remain open until the posted show time.
Will people be able to register more than one person at a time?
All contestants much register themselves. People will not be permitted to register additional people. Do people need to be there 3 hours before the show in order to register? It is ideal to arrive early, up to 3 hours, to avoid lineups, but registration will stay open until the posted show time. People may leave the theater after they have registered, but they must be present at the time of the drawing in order to be eligible.
Where should I drop my registration card?
Guests drop their cards into designated bins right near the registration tables. The Producer then collects the cards to conduct the random drawing right before the start of the show.
How are contestants selected for each show?
All contestants are selected entirely at random from the pool of registered contestants.
How does the random drawing selection work?
All contestants’ names are randomly drawn prior to start of show. If a person selected as a contestant is a non-ticket holder, they will be brought inside the venue by producers to await their turn as contestant.
When does the drawing take place?
The random drawing to determine show contestants will take place backstage during a 20 minute time period beginning at the posted show time. During that time the audience will be hearing the introduction to the show. All eligible contestants must be present at the time their name is called or they will be disqualified and another randomly selected name will be called. Eligible contestants who registered, but did not purchase a ticket will be informed in the waiting area in the first 20 minutes after the posted show time if they have been selected.
What is the procedure for someone who shows up to register but does not have a ticket?
By law, everyone who shows up and wants to register must be allowed to do so and have equal opportunity to be called down to be a contestant. If an individual registers and DOES NOT have a ticket to watch the show, they will be directed to a pre-determined location. All of the contestants there for the show are chosen at random as soon as registration closes. The names of all eligible registrants will be weighted equally, that is, no advantage shall be given to individuals who purchased a ticket over individuals that did not. If an individual who did not purchase a ticket is selected as a contestant, that person will be escorted to an open seat in the venue. Individuals who did not purchase a ticket and were not selected may leave the theater after the random drawing.
How do people collect their prizes if they win?
After someone wins a prize a producer will ask them to return to the front of the stage after the show where all the necessary paperwork will be done for the prizing. This takes place immediately following the show. The amount of time it takes depends entirely on the number of winners in a show. Usually not longer than 30 minutes to get through this process for the winners.
Is there a prize list available?
Prizes vary from show to show so no prize list is available, however the types of prizes are very similar to what you see on television. For example you may see a stainless steel fridge, pool table, cash prizes, and of course a car, etc.
How long will it take for me to receive my prize?
Checks for prize money and or non-cash prizes should be received within 120 days of your appearance on the Show. However, we typically don’t like to take that long to get your prize sent to you. We are just as excited for you to get your winnings as much as you are!
What happens after the 120 days is up and I still haven’t received my prize?
Uh oh! Something is definitely not right. Here is where you would call the number on your contestant agreement form (the pink sheet) you were handed after the show you attended. We will immediately look into the issue and make sure you don’t wait much longer to receive your prize. Sometimes contestants forget to let us know their address has changed or a prize just never gets to its destination for odd reasons. We won’t necessarily know this until you give us a call and we can look into it for you.
How long do I have to wait before I can come to another show and have a chance to win again?
You can come to as many shows as you want throughout the year but to be able to compete you must wait a year from the date you originally won.
Get 1 Ticket for ALL 3 Games, Nov. 23, 25 & 26 for just $30!
Get 1 Ticket for ALL 3 Games, Nov. 23, 25 & 26 for just $30!
$1 DOGS, $1 BEERS, $1 SODAS! During First Period Only!
Get 1 Ticket for ALL 3 Games, Nov. 23, 25 & 26 for just $30!
Comedian Ron “Tater Salad” White first rose to fame as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking funnyman from the Blue Collar Comedy Tour phenomenon, but now as a chart-topping Grammy-nominated comedian and a feature film actor, Ron White has established himself as a star in his own right. White has always been a classic storyteller. His stories relay tales from his real life, ranging from growing up in a small town in Texas to sharing stories of his daily life to becoming one of the most successful comedians in America. All 4 of his comedy albums charted #1 on the BillboardTM Comedy Charts. He has sold over 14 million albums (solo and with the Blue Collar Comedy Tour), been nominated for two Grammys, and over the past 9 years (since 2004) been one of the top three grossing stand up comedians on tour in America.
Ron White began performing comedy in 1986 and was quickly opening for legendary comedians Sam Kinison and Jeff Foxworthy. After eventually becoming a comedy club headliner, in 2000 White was asked to join the Blue Collar Comedy Tour alongside Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy. The show toured for over three years to sold-out audiences in over 270 cities and grossed more than $35 million. In 2003, Warner Brothers filmed the show, Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie for a theatrical/TV/DVD/CD release. The film premiered as the most-watched movie in Comedy Central’s history. In 2005, the video Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again was filmed and released on TV and DVD/CD.
In November of 2003, White released his breakthrough comedy CD Drunk In Public followed by his first one-hour TV comedy special They Call Me Tater Salad. The special had the highest viewership for a Sunday program in Comedy Central history. The DVD version was released in 2004 and reached #1 on the BillboardTM Comedy Chart. In 2005, White’s second one-hour special You Can’t Fix Stupid aired on Comedy Central to 4.5 million viewers, making it the third largest audience in Comedy Central’s history and the #1 show on primetime basic cable. The CD reached #1 on the BillboardTM Comedy Charts and remained there for 9 consecutive weeks. This success also earned White his first Grammy nomination. Ron received his second Grammy nod for the show Blue Collar Comedy Tour - One for The Road. In June 2006, Penguin Books released Ron’s first book Ron “Tater Salad” White: I Had the Right to Remain Silent…But I Didn’t Have the Ability, which landed him on the New York Times Best Seller List. In 2009, Ron released his 3rd album Behavioral Problems, which reached #1 on the BillboardTM Comedy Chart. In 2013 Ron’s 4th album, A Little Unprofessional, also reached #1 on the BillboardTM Comedy Chart. All of Ron’s DVDs are certified Platinum.
Ron White has been a passionate supporter of the US military troops for more than 20 years, donating his time and resources. In 2008, he created an annual charity show Ron White’s Comedy Salute to the Troops. The profit from ticket/DVD sales is donated to the Armed Forces Foundation to assist troops and their families. Many of White’s celebrity friends have participated in these shows: Lewis Black, Dave Attell, Kathleen Madigan, Brian Regan and Rascal Flatts. In 2011, the show was recorded for TV/DVD and was the second highest-watched show on CMT that year. The taping location that year and the next was the historic Grand Ole Opry. In 2013 the show was recorded in Las Vegas and premiered March 2013.
As an actor, Ron White had supporting roles acted in the major theatrical films Horrible Bosses and Sex and the City 2. He also had a principal role in Jayne Mansfield’s Car (written/directed by Billy Bob Thornton), slated for a theatrical release late 2013. He is a co-Executive Producer of Bridegroom, a Linda Bloodworth–Thomason documentary, which debuted at the 2013 NYC Tribeca Film Festival and won the Audience Award.