Archives for November 2, 2015
The first Ohio location for this Detroit based burger joint will open at 11:00am on November 9th at 5299 Cornerstone North Blvd. in Centerville, just off Wilmington Pike. The first 50 guests through the door on that day will receive FREE burgers for a year! Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern prides itself on fresh, never frozen menu items. There are no freezers or microwave ovens in their kitchens. Even the fries are fresh-cut daily. They describe their restaurant as a relaxed, friendly place to meet friends, have a drink while watching the ball game, and enjoy a great meal.
Bagger Dave’s menu offers a variety of burgers, sandwiches, and flatbreads as well as some Bagger Dave’s exclusives like their Prime Rib Recipe burgers, Amazingly Delicious Turkey Black Bean Chili, Handcrafted Artisan Mac ‘N’ Cheese, Sweet Potato Chips, signature cocktails, hand-crafted sodas and more.
Juicy turkey burgers and vegetarian burgers provide menu options to appeal to the growing diversity of individual tastes. Speaking of which, Bagger Dave’s lets you create-your-own burgers. You pick your bun, protein, and toppings to create your very own signature burger. And for gluten-free customers, you can enjoy Bagger Bowls.
Special Sneak Peek:
On this Thursday, November 5th, Bagger Dave’s is hosting a VIP community day. They have generously opened that day up for friends of the Dayton Chapter of A Special Wish Foundation so they can do a trial run for the opening of their new restaurant. ASW gets 100% of the proceeds.
Who: Bagger Dave’s Centerville
What: Bagger Dave’s Training Fundraiser Event with A Special Wish Foundation
Where: 5299 Cornerstone North Blvd. Centerville, OH 45458
When: Thursday, November 5th
A Special Wish has 20 tickets available for each shift. Each ticket admits up to 3 people and includes an entrée for each guest and free non-alcoholic drinks, plus one appetizer to share. Lunch shifts are $15 per tickets and dinner shifts are $20 per ticket. No takeout is available for this event.
Lunch Shift 1: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Lunch Shift 2: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Dinner Shift 1: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Dinner Shift 2: 7:30pm –8:30pm
Contact Susan at [email protected] to purchase your tickets. Please indicate which shift you would like and the number of tickets you need. Please also indicate the number of guests in your party.
Thanks to a sponsorship from Dayton Power & Light Company, you can attend many theater shows at the Schuster Center and the Victoria Theatre. This CHEAP SEATS program makes available $10 seats (mostly in the balcony) when purchased in advance online.
Here’s how it works:
$10 ticket are available while supplies last or until 48 hours before the performance. You MUST register here to get access to the CHEAP SEATS.
You can only buy DP&L Company CHEAP SEATS online. They are not available at the Box Office or by phone. DP&L Company CHEAP SEATS can be purchased by clicking the “Buy Now” buttons on this email or by clicking here.
You will not be able to select specific seating locations, they are first-come, first-served and assigned by Ticket Center Stage. If you have special seating needs, please indicate this on your order by selecting the special needs ticket type.
Tickets must be purchased together to be seated together.
You can buy up to four (4) $10 tickets per show. Accounts found to have multiple orders with the total of tickets exceeding will be subject to cancellation.
There is a $2 fee per order.
Your tickets will be available at the Box Office the day of the show, between 10 am and showtime Monday through Friday and two hours prior to your performance on Saturday and Sunday.
CHEAP SEAT PERFORMANCES
Hailed by Time Magazine as “Musical Theatre Gold,” Bullets Over Broadway is the hilarious new musical comedy about the making of a Broadway show. Written by Woody Allen, with original direction and choreography by Susan Stroman, and based upon the screenplay of the acclaimed film by Woody Allen and Douglas McGrath, Bullets Over Broadway is the story of a young playwright who, in desperate need of financial backing for his next show, accepts an offer he can’t refuse from a mobster looking to please his showgirl girlfriend. Don’t miss what The New Yorker exclaims as “a fun machine from start to finish!” Loaded with big laughs, colorful characters, and the songs that made the ‘20s roar, Bullets Over Broadway is bringing musical comedy back with a bang.
Evil Dead The Musical
All the elements of Sam Raimi’s cult classic films combined in one crazy theatrical experience! The only musical where you can choose to sit in the “Splatter Zone” and get drenched from the mayhem, or watch from a safe (and dry) distance. Recommended for ages 17 and up. Explicit language and theatrical gore.
The show that’s brought joy to millions worldwide is proving that laughter truly is the best medicine. With a cast of breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, Menopause The Musical® is partnering with Susan G. Komen® to offer inspiration, sisterhood, and hope. Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! Menopause The Musical®: The Survivor Tour® Benefiting Susan G. Komen® is the first of its kind, donating a portion of every ticket sale directly to the ongoing effort to save lives and end breast cancer forever.
Dare to Defy Productions is dancing onto the stage with the four time Tony nominated favorite, Footloose. Footloose is about dance, but it’s also about the conflict between wanting to fit in and the desire to change an intolerable situation.
Teenagers have lots of problems, but Footloose high schooler Ren McCormack really feels put upon. Ren’s dad has deserted the family and he and his mom Ethel are forced to move from that toddlin’ town of Chicago all the way to the nowheresville that is Bomont, described as “a small Midwestern town.”
As well as teenage angst, Footloose, is all about fun and the carefree nature of being a teen, which of course is never fully appreciated at the time.