CFCR CHINESE NEW YEAR 2015 IS OFFICIALLY SOLD OUT!


Feb 13, 2015

**THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO PURCHASED TICKETS. SEE YOU THERE!**

CFCR 90.5FM celebrates Chinese New Year 2015 - the “Year of the Goat.” Come join us at The Mandarin (245 20th St. W) on Thursday, February 19th, for a fantastic multi-course meal and whole bunch of fun!

The menu for the night includes: Winter Melon Soup, Garlic Chicken, Sweet n’ Sour Pork, Stir-Fry Chinese Broccoli w/ Beef, Ginger Beef, Stir-Fry Long Beans, Fish Fillet with Sweet & Sour sauce, House Special Chow Mein, Plain/Fried Rice, Deep Fried Sesame Balls, and Fortune Cookies.

Vegetarian menu includes Winter Melon Soup (no meat), Pan Fried Bean Cake, Sweet and Sour Dry Bean Curd, Stir-Fry Chinese Broccoli w/ Chinese Mushroom, Stir-Fry Mixed Mushroom w/ Japanese Egg Tofu, Stir-Fry Long Beans, Fish Fillet with Sweet & Sour Sauce, Mixed Vegetable Chow Mein, Plain/Fried Rice, Deep Fried Sesame Balls, and Fortune Cookies.

Besides the fabulous food, CFCR will have door prizes, and cold Chinese beer available for purchase.

Always a great time, so be sure to get your tickets early. It’s sure to be a sell out again this year!

Tickets are only $30, and can be picked up by visiting us at CFCR HQ (267 3rd Ave S. 3rd Floor), or by calling 306-664-6678. We’re open from 10am-6pm, M-F. Tables seat 8 people max. All ages welcome, but same ticket price applies to all. Please specify which menu option you would like when purchasing your tickets!

Cocktails 6pm, Meal 7pm.

Hope you can join us!

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