Family 4 Pack: Nighttime Santa Parade Special
November 18th will be an exciting night in downtown Kingston. To start the evening families can enjoy Downtown Kingston’s Nighttime Santa Parade and to cap the night off the Kingston Frontenacs will be honouring Bernie Nicholls before taking on the Brantford Bulldogs at Leon’s Centre.
The Kingston Frontenacs are excited to team up with Downtown Kingston DBIA and Gino’s Pizza and Spaghetti, providing a value-packed opportunity for families to enjoy the Frontenacs game on Saturday, November 18th at the Leon’s Centre, following the Nighttime Santa Parade. Purchase your Family 4 Pack today and be in the crowd!
For just $68.00 plus applicable HST, your entire family can partake in this special night where the Kingston Frontenacs will be honouring franshise icon, Bernie Nicholls. This limited time offer includes four premium silver tickets to watch the Frontenacs battle the Bulldogs, plus you’ll also receive a complimentary voucher for a small pizza provided by Gino’s Pizza and Spaghetti. This exceptional deal is available for purchase exclusively at the Fronts Shop, so be sure not to miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to enjoy a night of hockey with the family!
The Package Includes:
- 4 x Silver Tickets to the Kingston Frontenacs Game on Saturday, November 18th vs. Brantford Bulldogs
- A voucher for a small pizza at Gino’s Pizza and Spaghetti
Price: $68.00 plus HST
YOU COULD WIN!!!!
Anyone that purchases a Kingston Nighttime Santa Parade Family 4 Pack will automatically be entered into a draw to win a Kingston Frontenacs Holiday Flex Pack that includes 6 ticket vouchers, 6 glass bottles of Coca-Cola, a collectible 50th Anniversary Yearbook and a signed player puck.
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Saturday, November 18th, 2023
Kingston Frontenacs vs. Brantford Bulldogs
Leon’s Centre | 7:00pm Puck Drop
Honouring Bernie Nicholls
The Kingston Frontenacs will be raising Bernie Nicholls number to the rafters on Saturday, November 18th at Leon’s Centre. Be in the crowd to celebrate this honour and watch your Frontenacs take on the Brantford Bulldogs in an All state rivalry game.
Bernie skated with the Kingston Canadians from 1979 until 1981. During his rookie season in 1979-80, Nicholls scored 36 goals and collected 79 points. He followed up his freshman season with the greatest season the franchise has ever seen. In 65 games played, Bernie scored an astonishing 63 goals, 89 assists, for a team record 152 points.