Be Our Guest! 2013

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Bel Canto Alaska
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A Fabulous Afternoon of Fun and Entertainment of "Mammoth" Proportions!

Bel Canto Alaska so enjoyed the unique venue at the Alaska Museum of Natural History, they are going back for seconds! You are cordially invited to "be our guest" as the singers of Bel Canto with resident artists Freya and James Wardlaw-Bailey and other special guest artists present a lively variety show among the artifacts, animals and archaeology of Alaska! Add the unique silent auction, hors d'oeuvres and drink - and you have a fabulous afternoon of fun and entertainment of "mammoth" proportions!

Be Our Guest! is presented by Bel Canto Alaska.

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Runs approximately 60 minutes without intermission.

BABIES - All ages must have a ticket to enter.
CHILDREN - Recommended for all ages.

DAY OF SHOW: CenterTix sales for Saturday, February 23 end at 1:00 pm. Will call and any available tickets will be at the door one (1) hour prior to curtain.

LATECOMERS will be held in the lobby until an appropriate break in the show.

Anchorage Museum of Natural HistoryAnchorage Museum of Natural History

201 N Bragaw Street, Anchorage

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Wheelchair Accesible Seating Purchase any ticket to ensure admission. Customers requiring additional accommodations are encouraged to contact the event presenter or the venue directly in order to communicate your needs.


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