Canal Boat Cruise & Dinner Show Series
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Guest should plan to arrive at the Canal Fulton Canalway Center at 4:30. Canal Boat departs at 5:00pm. After returning
guests will proceed to the Warehouse On The Canal for Dinner Show.
The Dinner Shows include a buffet style selection of a choice of meat & cheese lasagna or smothered chicken, green beans, salad, roll & butter, coffee or ice tea or bottled water.
Sometimes events and/or circumstances occur that are beyond our control (e.g. equipment damage or failure,
horse injury, adverse water level, towpath obstruction or “good old Ohio weather” to name a few). In the event this occurs, guest will be issued their boat ride tickets that can be used for a public ride during the 2019 season. The Dinner Show will continue as planned.
The first Saturday of every month, starting June 1st thru Oct. 5th,
2019, enjoy a fun filled evening of riding on the St. Helena III canal boat and then a dinner show at the Warehouse On The Canal, located just a few blocks from the Canalway Center, in the historical downtown district.
Several shows are offered with a buffet style dinner catered by the Canal Grille Restaurant. After the event, guest can enjoy more free entertainment at Open-Mic Nights, where a variety of performers play at Public Square, located on the corner of N. Canal St. & Market St. and visit more taverns and ice cream shops.
Enter into the mind of the master of the macabre where Poe will rise from the grave to tell his story in his own words captivating you to join him on this journey into the world of imagination and psychological terror for an exhilarating and audience interactive experience. John Kiste is considered one of the finest Poe tribute performers in the entire country. He will be leading this experience, where in addition to the above, there will be many other Poe short stories and poems all performed without a script.
Canal Boat Ride & Edgar Allan Poe Dinner Show
September 7, 2019
4:30 - 8:30pm
Canal Boat Ride & Victorian Wake Dinner Show
Based upon ghostly superstitions during the Victorian era, they are so ridiculous, crazy and over the top fun that we call it Historically Hysterical. Imagine participating in the wake of poor Silas who passed away at the end of the 19th century where you are the “mutes” or paid mourners. This is an audience participating event and we encourage you to come dressed in black in the mourning of Silas H. Adkinns
October 5, 2019
4:30 - 8:30pm