Sunday, 27 May 2007
Goodness Gracious Great Balls of Fire! Join us and our good friend Jive Bunny for a great night of good old Rock ‘n’ Roll. Ah Huh! Burgers, Fries, Shakes and Hot Fudge Sundaes are on the menu along with Live Entertainment and Rock ‘n’ Roll Demonstrations! Get your dancing shoes on, grab a partner and come on lets do the twist! $30 per person Includes Entry, Entertainment & Dinner! Drinks @ Bar Prices All Tickets Must Be Pre-Purchased Please Contact Joanne on 0438 042 926 For Further Information or To Book Your Tickets!
Posted by Joanne & Tye at 5:40 pm
A Quick Thank You To All Of Those Who Attending "A Ghastly Evening With Lady de Comp" Last Night. We Hope You All Had A Wonderful Evening!
Due To The Success Of Last Nights Theatrical Event And The Many Enquiries We Have Had Today Alone, We Will Be Setting A Date For Another "Ghastly Evening With Lady de Comp".
Details Will Be Posted Shortly!
Thank You All For Your Ongoing Support!
Joanne and Tye!
Posted by Joanne & Tye at 5:35 pm
Tuesday, 1 May 2007
Saturday the 28th saw Kellie and Allan get married inside the Cafe at 4pm (or a little after when the Bride decided to show!). The sun shone through the front doors and the Ceremony matched the couple perfectly.
We would like to wish Kellie & Allan all the very best for their future and we look forward to seeing them when the come back from their Honeymoon and in for Breakfast (how do I know they are coming - Kellie called me just after midnight to thank us for everything and tell me they would be in for Breakfast!).
I personally would like to wish them all my love and I hope their first dance is one that lives on in them forever.
Posted by Joanne & Tye at 8:37 pm
Lady Ella De Comp, born of noble lineage, December 2nd 1836, Melbourne Victoria. Many will tell you, Lady de Comp, or Ella to her friends, possessed all of the qualities it desirable to young ladies of the time. She was sweet, demure, well educated, polite and excellent at lace work and embroidery. Popular on the social front, she was immediately well loved by those fortunate enough to make her acquaintance. She was also ill fated to fall helplessly in love with a dashing young man well below her social station and meet a tragic end… Lady Ella De Comp, was also entirely fictitious, and is simply the work of the combined imaginative forces of Tye Neich and Joanne Santos, the new managers of Point Cook Homestead Café. “An Evening with Lady De Comp” will be held on Saturday May 26th and is a chilling theatrical event, not to be missed and promises to be an evening filled with thrills, tall tales and great fun. Join Lady De Comp, the Homestead’s very own Un dead Bride as she walks you on a lantern lit tour of the Homestead, Stables and surrounding grounds and tells you her tale of undying love, gone terribly wrong…. Beginning at 8pm, followed by a hearty supper of your choice of Chunky Minestrone with Damper or Rich Lamb Casserole with creamy mashed potatoes, this event is a guaranteed great night out. Tickets are priced at $30.00 all-inclusive and very limited. They are selling out extremely fast, so be sure to book now by calling Joanne on 0438042926, or Tye on 0420371787.
Posted by Joanne & Tye at 8:34 pm