The new Signal Point Gaming convention and banquet centre is all dressed up for a formal occasion. Special events will be held Saturday

The new Signal Point Gaming convention and banquet centre is all dressed up for a formal occasion. Special events will be held Saturday

Signal Point Gaming anniversary Saturday

Signal Point Gaming is excited to introduce to the community a new convention, banquet and event centre.

Signal Point Gaming is excited to introduce to the community a new convention, banquet and event centre with an incredible view of Williams Lake.

The centre is located on the upper level of the gaming centre, next to the Point Restaurant, and provides a 140-seat banquet and conference venue with a view.

For special events calling for stand-up mingling, the centre will hold up to 170 patrons.

Signal Point Gaming celebrates its ninth anniversary this week with an accumulation of festivities on Saturday, Nov. 9.

These will include slot and bingo prizes as well as an open house in the new convention and banquet centre.

The open house will have complimentary appetizers and music provided by My Wife’s Quartet from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Since opening on Oct. 10 three special events have already been held at the centre including the Diamond Dinner fundraiser for the Women’s Contact Society.

“Our mission is to provide a full-service, quality, entertainment venue which focuses on exceptional customer service and dining,” says events co-ordinator Philippa Mahon.

“The Point Restaurant is available to provide pre-planned and customized menus with a range of menu options to match any budget. The Point’s catering provides events with exquisite food, artful presentation as well as exceptional service.”

A no-host bar is also available.

The convention centre is equipped with state of the art audio and video equipment which is available on a rental basis.

Signal Point Gaming is a member of the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce and registered member of the B.C. Abattoir’s certified B.C. Beef Program.

The company is also a corporate sponsor of the Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo, Williams Lake Stampede, various agricultural programs, and local non-profit and community groups and events.

“The company’s vision for Signal Point Gaming is to provide entertainment and hospitality services in an ethically and socially responsible manner,” Mahon says.

– Advertorial

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