March 7th looks to be a barrel of laughs at the Greg Frewin Theatre with the Niagara Comedy Fest ready to hit the stage. Six comedians will be performing for the ‘Komedy for Kidneys Rodney Pentland Memorial Benefit Show, with all proceeds going to the funding of a new dialysis centre in Niagara Falls. Doors will be opening at 7 pm that night, with the first comedian hitting the stage by 8pm. Tickets for the event will be $19.99 and can be purchased http://www.gregfrewintheatre.com/
If you want to make a weekend out of the experience, you can check out the Marriott Gateway for a place to stay that night. With a number of package deals, the Marriott Gateway can ensure that you enjoy more than just the show while you’re in Niagara Falls. For information of Marriott Gateway packages visit http://www.marriottgatewayonthefalls.com/packages
The price of the March Break Family Adventure is $229 – more than 60% off the non-package price for Niagara Falls Attractions and Indoor Waterpark Passes.
$229 for a Family of Four (60% Savings)
This deal includes buffet breakfast and WEGO passes for the entire group. Have another person to add to the group? Add $30 and get the WEGO, Waterpark, and Breakfast for the fifth in your group.
Book this AMAZING deal at http://www.marriottgatewayonthefalls.com/packages/march-break-waterpark-special
A ‘Let’s Get Loud’ dance contest will held from March 1-3 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre this year and it promises to be an exciting one. Ranging from youngsters to 18 plus, the competition showcases some the best dancing talent in the area. Dance categories include; Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Open, Contemporary, Acro, Adult, Musical Theatre, Song & Dance, Hip Hop, and Lyrical.
If you plan on making the trek out to the competition, finding a hotel would be an appropriate next step. The Marriott Gateway on the Falls is conveniently located across from the convention centre. Also, the Marriott Gateway offers a number of package deals that will not only make your stay more convenient, but could allow you to enjoy some other aspects of Niagara Falls.
For more information on packages visit http://www.marriottgatewayonthefalls.com/packages
Family Day is one of the newest vacation days in Canada, and it should be the holiday that your family tries something new.
Save the nostalgia for December and stop living in the past. Get futuristic and have fun on Family day with WiFi, wild rides, and a waterpark. The waterpark is a top family attraction this family day.
Plenty of people get a chance to hit the beach in the sunny summer months. The Marriott Gateway on the Falls is part of the growing number of Niagara Falls hotels offering something new. The Winter Waterpark Experience – a climate controlled indoor experience that is guaranteed to be just the right temperature every day and every night.
This is offered through the Marriott Splash and Stay, a favourite among families looking to get more.
Comedian and actress, Wanda Sykes will be performing at The Avalon Ballroom Theatre At Niagara Fallsview Casino on February 14 & 15. The laughs will begin at 8:30PM on Thursday and 9PM on Friday.
Being named by Entertainment Weekly one of the 25 funniest people in America, Sykes is sure to offer an evening full of belly cramping laughter for the 19+ audience.
If you’re traveling from out of town, don’t hesitate to check out the many Marriott Gateway on the Falls package deals. This event also happens to fall on Valentines Day! So for all of the hopeless romantics out there, be sure to take a look at the “Romance Retreat” package!
For more information on packages http://www.marriottgatewayonthefalls.com/packages
For more information on tickets visit http://www.fallsviewcasinoresort.com/entertainment/event.aspx?id=286
With the recently created Family Day lurking around the corner, some are looking for the right activities to partake in. This year, Niagara Falls will be hosting an interactive War of 1812 Family Day Adventure at the Niagara Falls History Museum on Lundy’s Lane. The event consists of numerous activities including; a scavenger hunt, food demonstrations, 1812 dessert samples, dancing and drummer, and War of 1812 related demonstrations.
History buff or not, this is an event that everyone in the family will enjoy. Not only will the youngsters learn about the historic region they live in, but they’ll have fun at the same time. To top things off, the event is free of charge. So this Family Day why not come out and enjoy the history of the Niagara Region!
Starting February 9, the Butterfly Conservatory will be once again hosting their venomous animal exhibit. Kevin Dungey, aka “Caiman Kevin”, from Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo of Ottawa, will be leading educational presentations on venomous animal from around the world. The presentations will include scorpions, highly poisonous toads, tarantula, rattlesnakes, vipers and one King Cobra.
The programs will offer children a unique learning environment that is sure to include some exciting and maybe even scary moments. Learn about the distinctive features that make these animals so dangerous, while also understanding the myths that are associated with such creatures. The exhibit runs from February 9 – May 12.
For information on the event visit http://www.niagaraparks.com/events/calendar.html
For a video on the event visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I72W9cJkXg