Tickets go on sale Thu., Feb. 1
WOODLAND — Woodlands 14th Annual Father/Daughter Ball will be split into two events on Sat., Feb 24 at Woodland High School. The times for the two events are 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.
Tickets go on sale Thu., Feb. 1 at Woodland Hi-School Pharmacy. The cost is $5 per person and the attendees must chose the time slot they wish to attend. The tickets are not interchangeable for time slots. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
A more formal “Evening in Paris” theme has been chosen as a backdrop for the ball. Last year was the first time that two events were hosted and it was a welcomed idea by our guests. The two events allowed for more attendees in a less crowded atmosphere. This Community-wide Father/Daughter Ball is a nonprofit community service event sponsored by Grace Community Church.
Dads (grandfathers, uncles, etc.) of all ages and their daughters are welcome to attend. Girls from two months to 56 years attended with one father who was 83. The organizers are planning for 700 attendees for each event this year, for a total of 1,400.
Upon entry there will be light finger foods and beverages provided and chances for free door prizes. Door prizes are given away free and donated by many area businesses with their name mentioned by the DJ from the stage when they are drawn.
The only additional cost upon entry is a professional portrait provided by Woodland-based Schultz Photography.
Grace Church hosts this nonprofit event with many community groups like Boy Scouts, Honor Society, and others, coming together to help with set up and clean up.
The Father/Daughter Ball provides a safe, fun environment to provide lifelong memories for fathers and daughters. Plans this year include a giant lighted Eiffel tower upon entry and many French-themed decorations. Even with a more formal atmosphere, as always, fathers and daughters are encouraged attend fancy or casual.
For more questions, go to www.WoodlandGrace.com .