Westerner Park’s Dinner On Ice will be held Aug. 17. (Photo Contributed)

Red Deer’s Westerner Park creates unique long table dining experience

Dinner On Ice on Aug. 17

Evoke all five of your senses at Westerner Park’s Dinner On Ice.

Interactive performances by synchronized skaters and aerial acrobatics will entertain guests during the white-glove dinner service Aug. 17.

The upscale farm-to-fork style five-course meal, with drink pairings courtesy of Troubled Monk, is hosted in conjunction with Alberta Open Farm Days.

The menu will utilize fresh ingredients from local producers, showcasing products from farms participating in the provincial event.

“Creating experiences is what it’s all about. As central Alberta continues to grow, we are growing with it,” said Bradley Williams, CEO of Westerner Park.

“We want to offer something no one has seen before and have it be an unforgettable night for our guests.”

Dinner On Ice was developed as a unique twist on Westerner Park’s Urban Farm Festival Long Table Dinner after seeing high demand in 2017 and 2018.

Tickets for Dinner On Ice go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

Those who subscribe to the Tickets Alberta newsletter will have access to a presale code, allowing them to purchase tickets before the public.

For more information, and to sign up for the presale code, visit ticketsalberta.com.

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