Ho­tel’s spe­cial spooky Christ­mas

The Tribune (NZ) - - SAVOUR -

It might be July when we en­joy mid­win­ter mad­ness but Ho­tel Coach­man is al­ready think­ing ahead to a spe­cial spooky Christ­mas.

Their form of spook­i­ness is Night­mare Be­fore Christ­mas, an end-of-year party theme that’s ideal for in­di­vid­u­als and groups. It’s be­come a very pop­u­lar way to end the year over­seas, so Ho­tel Coach­man is bring­ing Night­mare Be­fore Christ­mas to Palmer­ston North.

It takes the form of an ap­petis­ing night­mare menu with such delicacies as Devil Crack­led Roast Pork, Roasted Pig Head, Hell Basted An­gus Pure Scotch Fil­let, Mummy Meat Balls, Ruby Red Salad and ir­re­sistible desserts such as Crime of Pas­sion and Death by Choco­late.

While the menu and theme are com­pelling enough, Ho­tel Coach­man is promis­ing some ghostly en­ter­tain­ment and live mu­sic by none other than The Spooks. Their reper­toire ex­tends from hits of the ‘60s and ‘70s through to Rocky

Hor­ror and more. To com­plete the evening, Ho­tel Coach­man en­cour­ages peo­ple to wear their best Mun­ster cos­tume, al­though dress­ing up is op­tional.

The word has got out so the Coach­man ad­vises peo­ple to book now for their Night­mare Be­fore Christ­mas spe­cial. It’s be­ing held over five nights – De­cem­ber 2,8, 9, 15 and 16 from 6.30-12.30am. The set price is $65, to view all de­tails, go to www.coach­man.co.nz.

Ho­tel Coach­man also re­minds peo­ple about the Char­ity Lunch Event pre­sented by the Kind Hearts Trust on Fri­day Au­gust 18 from 1-3pm. Cost per ticket is $40.

Guest speaker is Dr Farah Palmer, for­mer Black Ferns cap­tain and Se­nior Lec­turer at Massey Univer­sity’s School of Man­age­ment. Dr Palmer will en­ter­tain and in­spire guests and ex­plain why she’s be­come an Am­bas­sador for the Kind Hearts Trust.

The trust is a Palmer­ston North based char­ity that pro­vides on­go­ing prac­ti­cal sup­port for par­ents of sick ba­bies and chil­dren in the Chil­dren’s Ward and Neona­tal Ward, as­sists four kinder­gartens, seven pri­mary schools and an in­ter­me­di­ate and sec­ondary school with food items and sup­ports schools and kinder­gartens to build a strong kind­ness cul­ture.

The char­ity lunch will be held at Ho­tel Coach­man who are de­lighted to sup­port the event.

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