From Texas to BRC, ‘Wild West Party’

Burgher Recreation Club fondly known as BRC has been standing tall for over 115 years and has earned a proud history. Sports, recreation, social activities have contributed immensely towards what BRC is today.

Having a membership from different walks of life with outstanding friendly atmosphere has largely contributed to the rapid growth that one can witness at BRC today. It is going to be a memorable evening that will be spoken for a long time by members, their loved ones and guests, when BRC goes wild on July 2, ‘Wild West Party’ with amazing live country and western music by ‘Cosmic Rays’. Jumbo hot-dogs; hamburgers, fries, BBQ and many more scrumptious Western cuisines will be served at affordable rates on this day.

Rest assured the Wild West Party will be loaded with many fun filled activities that will make you feel like a ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’. So this call is for all BRC members and their guests, put on your cowboy hats, buckle up your holster, get on to your saddle and be a oart of the ‘Wild West Show’ at your favourite rendezvous BRC on Saturday July 2, from 7 pm onwards. Tel: 0112581440 for more information and reservations.

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