Business & Professional Women’s Network presents Medieval Summer Fun

A rollicking medieval night awaits all damsels and wenches, knights and knaves

Hear ye! Hear ye!

Let it be known about the land that summer brings to our town fun and feasting. A rollicking medieval night awaits all damsels and wenches, knights and knaves. An authentic medieval feast with a menu fit for a queen.

Minstrels will entertain and their music shall fill the air. Present your champions to compete in tournaments with archery, sword fights, and jousting. And perhaps a few surprises up the sleeves of a certain Lady of the BPWN.  All wizards, monks, bards, and fools are welcome to join in an evening of adventure.

Summer is finally here and it is time for the Business & Professional Women’s Network annual Fun Night. Following a long tradition of all out merriment, the BPWN’s summer fun nights have included such themes as 50’s Night, Survivor, Slumber Party, and back by popular demand, Medieval Night. An evening of great food, and networking in what will prove to be a memorable event.

Join the Campbell River Business & Professional Women’s Network on July 26 at the Royal Coachman Carriage Room for an evening of feasting and merriment to remember. To reserve your place contact Corinne at by Thursday July 21. Medieval dress is encouraged though not mandatory.

Pay in advance at by clicking on the “Book On Line Button.”  Tickets are $30 for members and $35 for guests. As always, men are welcome.  Let them know of any dietary concerns or allergies.

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