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The 2nd Annual Black Tie Gala, presented by Parent Engagement Network, will enchant you as you stroll down the Yellow Brick Road and enter the Emerald City, while supporting Boulders premier organization focused on raising happy, healthy youth.
Tickets: $125/Single Seat; $1000/Table of 10
Register by Jan. 15, 2017 for $100/Single Seat; $900/Table of 10
Start your evening off by sipping signature cocktails and enjoying delicious hors d'oeuvres, while bidding on exclusive items in our silent auction. Smile for the paparazzi while listening to the musical stylings of Michaela Borth, a member of Spinphony Electric String Quartet.
Savor your three-course plated dinner while host and keynote speaker Rosalind Wiseman, internationally recognized author and educator who inspired the movie Mean Girls, speaks about raising our children in cultures of dignity. She will discuss how parents, educators and young people can successfully navigate the social challenges of young adulthood. Listen while PEN members share inspirational stories and engage in the excitement of the live auction. The evening will close with musical guests, Old's Cool Rock playing rock and R&B hits from the 60's and 70's.
Your ticket includes hors d'oeuvres, dinner, dessert, and 2 drinks. All food will be gluten-free, with a vegetarian option for dinner. Please let us know if you have any other dietary restrictions when registering.
Formal attire is suggested.
Thank you for supporting the families in our amazing community! We look forward to seeing you!
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Parent Engagement Network (PEN)
Parent Engagement Network (PEN) understands that raising healthy youth is imperative to a thriving community. We also understand that this task gets increasingly challenging as our world gets more and more complex. Raising children is not about getting through it, it is about enjoying the ride and creating thriving families and communities across generations. Nearly 15 years of experience in Boulder County makes PEN trusted among parents, schools, and professionals to do just that!
PEN was founded in 2001 as a grassroots parent organization that worked in partnership with the Boulder Valley School District to respond to substance use issues revealed in the community. Over time, PEN’s programs have expanded greatly to providing education, support, and resources around a variety of issues impacting youth and families. PEN became a non-profit in 2009.
PEN’s mission is to engage, educate, and empowering parents in developing the cognitive, social-emotional and mental health, well-being, and safety of youth and families.