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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Day 12: Derby Dinner Playhouse Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed.

Dinner and a show… that’s how this giveaway’s gonna roll!  Entertaining audiences for over 35 years, Derby Dinner Playhouse is one of the oldest and largest continually operating professional dinner theatres in the country.  Today’s giveaway is 4 tickets to How I Became a Pirate (showing on select dates in February & March, 2012).  Derby Dinner Playhouse is located in Clarksville, IN, at: 525 Marriott Drive, 812.288.8281.

Here’s how YOU can enter:
-become a Today’s Family Every Day follower by clicking on “Join this site” on the right sidebar and leave a comment here telling us a topic you'd like this blog to cover.

See Official Rules for details.

Update: JDanzinger (comment #15) is our winner.  Congratulations!  Please email us soon to claim your prize.

28 comments:

  1. I'd love to read about fun family activities our area offers at Christmas time!

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  2. A blog that highlights some of the best Christmas lights around town, always looking for those houses that WOW the kids.

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  3. fun, free family activities around town

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  4. What is the right age for families with small kids to welcome a furry family member.

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  5. I would like this blog to cover theater schedules for Children's Theater along with any ways to get discounted prices. For Example, Derby Dinner offers 1/2 off their shows on Friday nights for Children. I took my daughter to see Hair Spray with that deal. We love going to see plays. The more I know about upcoming events in advance, the more I can plan head with my budget. I would love to see a list of upcoming Holiday plays.
    Thanks

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  6. I would like to read about some family fun weekend outings that teens as well as younger children would enjoy. Maybe something that could be enjoyed as a day trip or weekend trip.

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  7. Inexpensive fun family activities to enjoy this Christmas season

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  8. I would love to see recipes from actual readers on healthy meals that the whole family will love, especially young kids.

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  9. I love all the activities you ntell us about more free ones would be nice.

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  10. I would like to see events highlighted that are food allergy friendly. My toddler is limited in participating in events because of her severe allergies.

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  11. I'd like to see some links to free fun family activities available here in Louisville and Kentuckiana. With this economy, money has been 'tight' but we still need to relax and unwind as a family. I know about the Gallery Hop and I've signed up with Actor's theatre, which sometimes gives me access to free shows :)

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  12. I would like more info on talking to my teen & pre-teen daughters about anything.

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  13. I would love to see a blog that covers all the activities, free and paid, that are for kids. It seems that there is always something going on and alot of the times I don't hear about them. I would also love a back to school blog. With me being new to the area, a blog that posts when registration starts for all the different schools and maybe a review of schools would be great! Thanks for everything you do!!

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  14. I love David Shannon! He is my favorite children's author. The David series is the best!
    I would love to see information on weekend activities for kids. Like an every Friday blog about what to do with your kids that weekend in Louisville and Southern Indiana!

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  15. I'd like more ideas on healthy recipes for a young toddler (1 year). Thanks!

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  16. Cheap birthday party ideas for kids.

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  17. I would like to know about free or cheap things for families to do at christmas time!

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  18. I would like to see activities that could be done as a family with kids of all ages that are free or inexpensive.

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  19. Inexpensive ideas for Christmas family events...

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  20. I would like to see a blog about inexpensive things to do with the kids including teens over winter break.

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  21. holiday activities for families with young children

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  22. parks,farmers markets, private schools

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  23. Fun FREE activities for families with young children

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  24. I would love to see holiday activities for kids of all ages

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  25. family activities to enjoy this Christmas

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  26. My son has this book and loves it. This play is running right around the time I'm scheduled to have our second. I would love to win tickets so my son and husband could have a day away!

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  27. Places around town that children can go to learn how to act around pets When they are around other pets how to treat and care for animals so when they grow up they are knowledgeable about the well being of being a pet owner.

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