The DSG PROM dinner seating is SOLD OUT.
Please contact the office if you are interested in attending the dance portion ONLY (begins at 7:30pm).
DSG Office: 913-384-4848
The DSG Prom is a magical event for a person with a developmental disability (age 15 and older). Our guests with disabilities are encouraged to bring a date (with or without a disability) to dance the night away. The prom is not a family function. If the attendee with a disability needs a chaperone or support staff they can register one individual to assist. We appreciate your understanding. If you are registering with a group home, please contact the DSG.
We encourage you to DRESS UP and dance the night away with us at the 2014 Bright Lights, Big City prom! There are no professional images taken onsite so be sure to BRING YOUR CAMERA along to capture some great memories!
Please make sure you print and complete the waiver form attached with your registration confirmation. If you need another waiver form you can download one HERE.
We MUST receive your registration by April 12th! All registration MUST be done online. There will be no additional registrations completed at Prom. If you need help registering for this event or if you have any questions you can call the Down Syndrome Guild at 913-384-4848913-384-4848.
Past DSG Proms
Parking for the convention center is in the back. Guests will have to go up the escalator and walk about 30 yards to get to the registration. Guests may be dropped off in the round-a-bout drive located on College Blvd. by the Sheraton Hotel if walking is an issue.
**Dinner is ONLY available for the first 600 registered attendees.
We ask Support Staff/Chaperones to eat dinner ahead of time.**
When & Where
Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City
The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City (DSG) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support and resources for individuals with Down syndrome and their families. DSG seeks to provide the entire community with information and education to broaden awareness and foster positive attitudes regarding people with Down syndrome.