Children’s comments front and centre for fundraiser show

B.C. Children’s Hospital fundraiser, Kids Say Things More Better takes place Feb. 28 at the Prestige Inn Kelowna.

Kids Say Things More Better is an upcoming fundraiser for B.C. Children’s Hospital taking place Thursday, Feb. 28, 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the Prestige Inn Kelowna.

Presented by the Prestige Hotels Lifestyles Awareness Series, the format is similar to the Art Linkletter and Bill Cosby shows of the past called Kids Say The Darndest Things.

Children ages four to six will be interviewed by host Beth Hanishewski in a fun, light-hearted entertainment format, asked their opinions on a variety of topics.

The theme for the Feb. 28 show will be Love and Valentine’s Day.

To register for tickets, see www.TicketWeb.ca (type Prestige Hotel in search space) or call 1-888-222-6608 and ask for Prestige Hotel events.

Tickets are $25, with $5 from every ticket sold being donated directly to the B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation.

 

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