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Those Were the Days Dinner Show (Black Creek, WI)
Join us for our 4th annual themed Big Daddy D Productions dinner show—guaranteed to be a great night out for funny, clean entertainment, and all for a great cause.
Thursday, October 10, 2019
5:00PM: Social hour, with Cash bar.
6:00PM: Family-style chicken dinner served with potatoes, dressing, vegetables, dinner roll and butter, milk and coffee.
6:45PM: Video & Donation Challenge. Chance to win a casino package including a one night stay at the Best Western, Wittenberg. Free play at 3 casinos, and a travel tote.
7:00PM – 9:00PM: Those Were the Days variety show begins, including music from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s with clean comedy. Approximately halfway through, there will be a 15 minute intermission, donation challenge winner announced, and 50/50 drawing (optional). The show concludes with a veterans salute.
Romy’s, located at W5670 County Rd A, Black Creek, WI 54106
Family-style chicken dinner. Served with milk and water. Cash bar available for additional beverages.
$40 per ticket or a table of 8 for $300
Call the Rural Health Initiative at (715) 524-1488 or Purchase online at the RHI Store
Download the Event Flyer
Click HERE to view, download or send it to a friend.
100% of proceeds go directly back into the Rural Health Initiative to provide complimentary Kitchen Wellness to local farmers, agriculturists, agronomists, and anyone else who contributes to agriculture within Shawano, Outagamie and Waupaca Counties.
About the Venue
About the Entertainment
Daddy D Productions has entertained thousands of Wisconsinites with their tasteful comedy, talented performers, and abundance of energy. It’s a perfectly concocted combination that has kept guests coming back for more. Every show provides something new and is sure to keep you entertained.
About the Host
The Rural Health Initiative is a 100% community-supported local non-profit. Your purchase to the dinner show assists with the program’s sustainability. To learn more about the Rural Health Initiative, click HERE.