Experience the allure of Las Vegas by travelling to Ottawa this March
- Travel News
- Wednesday, 01 February 2012 16:23
Individuals who will be embarking on travel in Canada this March may be looking for exciting things to do at night. Should travellers choose to visit Ottawa, they can participate in a thrilling event that will bring the glamour and exhilarating environment of Las Vegas to the city for a special evening that could be part of a memorable holiday.
Called One Night in Vegas, this event is being hosted by Algonquin College and will benefit the Children's Wish Foundation. Guests will gather at the Sala San Marco Banquet and Conference Centre on March 16th to indulge in an array of great activities and entertainment options.
Those who attend can take part in a delicious three-course dinner, entertainment by Vegas-style showgirls and tons of music spun by live DJs. Of course, there will also be several gaming tables for travellers to try their luck, including blackjack and poker. All of these offerings will be included in the ticket price, which will go toward a good cause.
The Children's Wish Foundation is a noble Canadian nonprofit that will reap 100 per cent of the revenue generated from One Night in Vegas. This organization assists children ages 3 -17 years old and their families when they are diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Throughout the years, Algonquin College has raised more than $300,000 for the charitable group and hopes that this upcoming event will add to their past success.
Travellers who wish to learn more about One Night in Vegas as the date draws closer can "like" their Facebook fan page for the latest updates and additions to the event. As of now, guests who are planning to visit Ottawa can go to the page to find out more about the charitable organisation that the event is sponsoring, or explore links to their growing repertoire of social media outlets, such as Twitter and their own newly launched website.
Tickets have not yet gone on sale, but are slated for sometime in February, so guests may check the website for more updates.
Those interested in trying new things while on holiday should not miss this fun and festive occurrence happening in Canada's capital city this March.