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We had so much fun we're doing it again! We raised almost $4000 in 2015 -- can we beat that this year? Come on out to a high school dance for grownups, to raise money for the Ottawa School Breakfast Program. All of the fun, none of the mean girls!
Featuring music from the '70s, '80s and early '90s. Dust off your dancing shoes for a good time and a great cause.
Early bird tickets available until Aug. 31 for $20. Tickets purchased after Sept. 1 or at the door: $25. The School Breakfast Program can provide a meal to a hungry child for $1, so each ticket feeds a kid for a month of school days!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
The punch will be spiked so guests must be 19 or older. (There will be a cash bar.)
Is there a dress code?
Dig out that jean jacket, tease that hair and come dressed from your own high school era. Dressing up is encouraged. Here's your chance to do high school right, for one night at least.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is free parking across the street plus street parking and many parking lots in the area. Car pooling, public transportation and cabs are encouraged -- the punch will be spiked, afterall (cash bar).
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
As long as you've paid, you can give it to anyone age 19 or older. But we'll miss you.
Do I get a tax receipt for my donation?
If you provide your full name, home address, phone number and email address, we'll pass your information on to the Ottawa School Breakfast Program and they will send you a receipt.
Want to help but can't come out to the event?
Buy tickets and give them to a friend or family member as a gift, or you can donate to the School Breakfast Program directly. They've even given us our own nifty donation page!
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
We hope you weren't mugged for your ticket! But if you've had to give your ticket away, we'll let them in, as long as they're old enough to drink the spiked punch.
I bought a ticket but can't go. Can I get a refund?
Sorry, no refunds. This is for a charity, so that's like taking your donation back. The best thing to do would be to give your ticket to someone who can come. You'll still get the tax receipt from the charity. (But we really hope you can come!)