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Join the World Animal Awareness Society and the Carrie Ann Inaba Animal Project at a celebration of Winter's End as we shake off winters cold and, like the animals all around us - Come Out To DANCE! This benefit, supporting the American Strays Project, a legacy program of the World Animal Awareness Society (tickets prices are tax deductible) will be an evening truly not to be missed!
This Grand Gala Fund Raiser for the American Strays Project will be co-hosted by Allyson Martinek of Detroit 96.3 WDVD's Blaine & Allyson in the Morning and WXYZ TV 7 anchor Stephen Clark and Includes:
- Live Music featuring the Swing Shift Orchestra
- Ballroom dancing (experience not necessary - lessons available!)
- Ballroom dance competition (judged by Carrie Ann Inaba - 3 local judges will also join the panel: contact: WA2Sorg@gmail.com for Judge participation details)
- Dance Competitors Have Opportunity to WIN AWARDS
- Silent auction benefitting the American Strays Project in Detroit
- Delectible hors d'oeuvres & delicious desserts
- cash bar
- photographer / Filmmakers - capturing all the "right moves"
- YOU ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO DRESS ANIMAL THEMED - Prize for most "Lovely Animal Themed Pair"
Open to Amateur and Pro/Am Dancers.
6 styles: International: Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Tango, Cha Cha; Other: Salsa
Dancers need to download the competition entry form here:
Winter's End Ball - Where Animals Dance
Friday, June 20, 2014
8:00pm - 11:00pm
The Detroit Yacht Club
1 Riverbank Dr.
Detroit, MI 48207
The AMERICAN STRAYS PROJECT is a legacy program of the World Animal Awareness Society. With your help, un-wanted / stray Dogs in America can become a thing of the past. Details:
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No. To obtain alcohol confirmation of age will be required
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is complimentary - and behind staffed - secured gate
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, it's a good back-up. Your names will be on a master list from which you will be checked in at the Yacht Club entrance gatehouse.
What is the refund policy?
Tickets are non-refundable, but are transferable. In the event of circumstances beyond the control of the organizers they reserve the right to cancel or move the event to a more favorable date. In any event that Carrie Ann Inaba becomes unable to attend, WA2S reserves the right to hold the event in her absence.
This event will be photographed and filmed for the World Animal Awareness Society.
THE INN AT ST. JOHN'S
The Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island
Shanty Creek Resorts
Lewis Jewelers in Ann Arbor
Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa
Hour Detroit Magazine - the official magazine of the winter's End Ball
Hyatt Place & Suburban Showcase
Grand Traverse Resort
When & Where
World Animal Awareness Society
The World Animal Awareness Society - WA2S.org
Are you standing at the crossroads of a human-animal intersection as an individual who wants to positively impact this world?
Whether addressing human stressors on the environment or experiencing the upset of disaster, the World Animal Awareness Society’s unbiased video journalism provides the human and animal perspectives needed to create viable and responsible solutions, whatever the issue.
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