Jeans & Jewels Jubilee Cape Cod 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
Jeans & Jewels Jubilee - Cape Cod SOLD OUT!!
This DJ dinner dance at Ballymeade Country Club features 2Way Entertainment host Mark Friedman, food catered by Chef Roland, and live and silent auctions to support the Cape Cod Center for Women (CCCW)—a jewel … a healing place … and a beacon of hope. CCCW is the only 24-hour, 7-day-a-week confidential domestic violence shelter on the Cape & Islands.
The dress for this event is Cape Cod Casual-Chic—Bejeweled (or not)—You choose!
Ladies—for this fun night out, feel free to wear a party dress and heels or your favorite jeans and boots, but don’t forget your beads, costume jewelry, pearls or gems!
Guys—jeans, khakis, a jacket or vest would work, but so would a tux or a 3 piece suit. Suit yourself!
Early Bird tickets from January 1 - February 21st are the best price—$40. Advance tickets from February 22nd to March 5th are $50. All tickets must be purchased by March 5th.
Event and Table sponsors are especially appreciated and will be gratefully acknowledged at the jubilee with preferential seating, ads in our progam brochure and other perks. Tables seat up to 10 people. Event Sponsor: Diamond $5,000 (2 tables). Table Sponsors: Ruby $2,500; Emerald $1,500; Sapphire $1,000; or Aquamarine $500.
For questions about the event or Table Sponsorships, please call 508-564-7233. Tickets may be purchased through this website or at Twigs, 178 Main Street, Falmouth, and Village Trading Company in Mashpee Commons.
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Cape Cod Center for Women
The Cape Cod Center for Women is the only 24-hour, 7-day-a-week confidential domestic violence emergency shelter and sexual assault hotline serving Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. The Center is dedicated to providing quality programs and services to individuals and families escaping violence or abuse. Our compassionate community of staff, volunteers and supporters assist primarily battered women and their children in leaving violent environments and transitioning to independent living, fully connected to a network of community support and with a lifelong safety plan. Visit our website at www.capecodshelter.org