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Music Trivia Night at Westwinds

Music Trivia Night at Westwinds May 12, 2015

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PEMBROKE- Westwinds is hosting Pembroke’s only music trivia night on May 12th 2015. It’s your chance to flex your musical knowledge base and win prizes while competing against other teams. The contest begins at 7PM and ends at 9:30PM. When it’s over we will crown the winning teams by awarding prizes…

Prizes Include:

  • Bottle of wine for the team round winners.
  • A $25 Westwinds gift certificate for the 4th round team winners
  • Bragging rights of winning Pembroke’s only music trivia contest
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Selfie Contest: Win a Night for 4 to our New Year’s Silver Soirée [Expired]

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A Selfie Contest at Westwinds Restaurant is your free ticket to a memorable New Year’s Celebration

What are you doing on New Year’s Eve? How about attending the Silver Soiree New Year’s Eve party with three of your friends at BEST WESTERN Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre? All you have to do is take a Selfie while inside Westwinds Restaurant and post it on Twitter.

Share your valued opinion of our restaurant, whether you are dining in or not! If you are dining in, post a Selfie of you and your group. Since we are very proud of the New Westwinds Restaurant our main focus of this contest is including Westwinds in the backdrop of your Selfie. You do not have to be a patron to enter the contest!

Pie Throwing to Raise funds for the Special Olympics

FUNDRAISER: Helping Wendy Reach Her Goal for The Special Olympics

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Pie Throwing For a Cause Raises $500 for Wendy

Wendy Johnson works in the kitchen in the dishpit. She is going to the Vancouver Special Olympics this August to compete in 5 pin bowling and needs to raise $1000 to help offset her expenses.  Best Western Pembroke Inn wanted to help Wendy. We decided to have a pie throwing contest. Here are some of the images from that day where our executive chef of Westwinds Restaurant and the General Manager of the hotel seemed to be prime targets of the pie throwers.