The Storybook Ball 2013 | hosted by Family Road of Greater Baton Rouge
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)
Baton Rouge, LA
Family Road of Greater Baton Rouge hosts the fifth annual Storybook Ball.
This gala event will feature twelve (12) larger-than-life storybooks such as Jungle Book, Princess and the Frog, Where the Wild Things Are and many more.
There will be an activity for each child at every storybook, a vintage carriage for photo shoots and lots of amusements for the whole family to enjoy.
Adult activities include a sweepstakes with a Dream Kids Giveaway package, a surprise live auction, music, food and drinks.
To purchase raffle tickets for the Dream Kids Giveaway, stop by the Family Road office located at 323 East Airport Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70806, or call 225-201-8888.
Attire for the event will be cocktail attire, but children and adults are welcome [...and encouraged] to wear their favorite character costumes!
- The Jungle Book
- Alice in Wonderland
- Harry Potter
- Wizard of Oz
- Sleeping Beauty
- Bob the Builder
- Sesame Street
- The Princess and the Frog
- Where the Wild Things Are
- Peter Pan
- ...and more
Belles for the Ball: The morning of the Storybook Ball, five area hair salons will open their doors and offer princess hair styles for little girls to help them get ready for the Ball. Family Road encourages a $20 donation at the salon to support Family Road. Visit Fuze Salon (225-663-6654), Ma Maison de Beaute (225-927-3054), Rigsby Frederick (225-769-7903), Salon Chateau (225-757-0303), and Studio Elan (225-202-2386). Reservations are recommended but not required.
A Special thank you to our sponsors . . .
The Boo Grigsby Foundation, Albemarle, Sally Wood, UnitedHealth Care, Business First & RRM Roemer Robinson & Melville, Co., Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation, E. Eric Guirard Foundation, Novo Nordisk, Wilson Foundation, Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital, Ruthie Golden, GoTech, and other silent donors.
When & Where
Family Road of Greater Baton Rouge
Family Road of Greater Baton Rouge has helped over 150,000 households since December 1998 in a warm welcoming environment by designing and delivering customized and confidential programs for those seeking convenient educational and social services.