Confederation Centre is offering an exciting new way to support arts programming at the Centre this fall. The Viking Cruise for the Arts Lottery offers a major prize consisting of a trip for two on a European river cruise by Viking River Cruises Canada, and two return economy air tickets from Charlottetown Airport supplied by Stewart Travel Group.
Tickets may be purchased at a cost of $100 (or three for $250) between Friday, October 27 and Thursday, December 21, 2017 and to be entered to win the trip of a lifetime. Only 300 tickets will be sold.
“We’re proud to support Canadian cultural organizations such as Confederation Centre that align with our goal to create special connections between travellers and the cultures of the world,” says Viking’s Director of Business Development, Josephine Lynch. “Our river cruises feature many rich cultural experiences, so we saw this as a perfect fit.”
Travis Stewart of PEI-based Stewart Travel Group brought the opportunity to Confederation Centre along with the supplemental offer to provide airfare to the winner.
“We have always been impressed with Confederation Centre’s contribution to the Island community,” says Stewart, “and providing air means the trip will be accessible to any ticket holder.”
Lottery tickets may be purchased in person at the Confederation Centre of the Arts Box Office (corner of Queen and Grafton streets in Charlottetown), by telephone at 1-800-565-0278, and online at confederationcentre.com/lottery
The grand prize is an eight-day Danube or Rhine river cruise provided by Viking River Cruises Canada, and includes two return economy air tickets provided by Stewart Travel Group to a value of $1200 per person. Total prize value is approximately $12,000.
Funds raised will help support youth programming in visual and performing arts, development of new theatre works, and the enhancement of heritage programming – all vital activities for Canada’s national living monument to the Fathers of Confederation.
For more information visit www.confederationcentre.com/lottery or contact the Box Office at Confederation Centre at 1-800-565-0278.