Date: Friday, May 16, 2014
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Venue: Concordia International School, Phoenix Center
Here is a chance for fathers and daughters to spend time together. Get dressed up, enjoy a nice meal and dance the night away...together. In today's world, fathers and daughters do not often have time spend together. Or, when they find the time, it is hard to find an activity that you can both enjoy.
The Father Daughter Dinner Dance will feature music from as long ago as the 1980s through 2014, so don't worry, both and your dad will know the music.
One of the most cherished and memorable events every year at Concordia is the annual Daddy-Daughter Dinner Dance sponsored by our Girl Scout troop. This year, some of the Girl Scout Cadettes have organized a school-wide Father-Daughter Dinner Dance.
As part of their Silver Award project, three Girl Scouts--Nicole L, Megan Y and Katherine H--are offering Concordia dads and daughters the opportunity to dance the night away and to make special memories of their own.
The DJ is one of the community's favorites--Mr. Martin--who knows what music makes dads rock and their girls dance with joy. So enjoy a night of food, fun and music from the 1980s, 1990s and onwards. And don't forget...everybody does the Macarena at least once!
If you have a chance, come and also join our free craft session on April 27 from 12p-3p. Dads and daughters are invited to come and make two fleece blankets. One is for a needy person, and the other is for you to keep. If we have extras, we will make a craft session available at the Father-Daughter Dinner Dance.
Tickets are RMB 150/person (US$25/person)
We need at least 100 people to attend the event. We are offering a minimum of 20 tickets online on BertAndMe.com, but more are available. If you want to buy the tickets in person, please come to our table in the Phoenix Center Commons any day before May 16 between 11:50am and 12:35pm.
The cost of each ticket covers the cost of the meal, basic decorations, printing and craft costs.
If we have any additional proceeds, they will be used to buy books for a local migrant school to help with their reading program.
If we do not sell 100 tickets, which covers our basic costs, we will not be able to hold the event.
Why are you holding this event?
-We need to perform a major service project in order to earn the Girl Scouts Silver Award. We hope to raise enough money through the Father-Daughter Dinner Dance to be able to help a local migrant school improve their reading program.
Is this a formal event?
-The event is semi-formal. You will have a chance to take a nice photo with your father, so you may want to wear something nice.
What type of food will you have?
-We have organized a really delicious meal of Asian and Western food, along with dessert. If you are vegetarian, don't worry. We have you covered. Also, everything will be nut-free.