GIFT CERTIFICATES

Sometimes the best gift is a Gift Certificate that allows your special someone the chance to chose their own performance or event to attend.

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2019 Entertainment Package PASSES

Money Savings: These flexible passes offer significant savings (10 – 30%) over ticket prices at the door!

Flexibility: You can use all your admissions on one show, share unused tickets with a guest, or skip a show and use them on the next show.

Ticket Insurance: Should your tickets be lost, stolen or destroyed, the CVCA/Heyde Center will provide duplicates at no charge.

Show Options: You can choose from the twenty-six Entertainment Package performances spread out throughout the 2019 calendar year (show only – additional cost for dinner theaters). These performances include: Magician Noah Sonie, Alice in Elderland, Shades of Buble, Las Cafeteras, Chicago Blues legend John Primer, Buckets and Tap Shoes, Songblast and many more.

Entertainment Package Ticket Passes are simple to use and make excellent gifts! Purchase a five or ten-ticket Pass, then call or come to the Heyde Center office with your Pass to reserve or pick up a ticket(s) before the show. Staff will punch your pass for every ticket taken. If you want to reserve tickets, call the office and give us your Pass number. We will hold your tickets at the advanced sales box office to be picked up before the show.

The Pass must be used to pick up your tickets. A Package Pass does not guarantee a ticket at sold out shows if you have not secured the tickets ahead of time. The Passes are not good for performances outside of the Entertainment Package.

The Heyde Center welcomes people and performers/artists with disabilities by offering an elevator, special seating, and free tickets to caretakers. Hearing assistance devices are available to individuals needing additional help.

10 Ticket Passes: Adults = $135, Seniors = $125

5 Ticket Passes: Adults = $73, Seniors $68

2019 Entertainment Package Pass Options

Lake Wissota Island (Hugh Mandelert)

Hugh M. Mandelert was born Oct. 23, 1927 and died Oct. 2, 2001. The Mandelert family ran the world famous Chippewa Woolen Mill until 1960. Hugh's talent was discovered early on and he was the first in his family's history to become an artist. He studied at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, also painting under artist, Jerry Farnsworth at his schools in Cape Cod and Sarasota, Fla. He then spent a year at the Art Students' League in New York City.

Hugh focused his own painting on nostalgic neighborhood scenes and local town landmarks as well as rural scenes throughout Western Wisconsin. Paper or Canvas Prints are available in several sizes: 5" x 7", 8 1/2" x 11", 16" x 20", 20" x 25"

Print Sizes (in inches)

Sokup's Grocery print (Hugh Mandelert)

Hugh focused his own painting on nostalgic neighborhood scenes and local town landmarks as well as rural scenes throughout Western Wisconsin.

Paper or Canvas Prints are available in several sizes: 5" x 7", 8 1/2" x 11", 16" x 20", 20" x 25"

Print Sizes (in inches)

"Olson's Ice Cream Parlor" print (Hugh Mandelert)

Hugh focused his own painting on nostalgic neighborhood scenes and local town landmarks as well as rural scenes throughout Western Wisconsin.

Paper or Canvas Prints are available in several sizes: 5" x 7", 8 1/2" x 11", 16" x 20", 20" x 25"

Print Sizes (in inches)
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