Annual Vancouver Father-Daughter Valentine’s Ball expands to include the whole family

Valentine’s Ball tickets go on sale Mon., Nov. 18; advance registration is required and space is limited

VANCOUVER — Vancouver’s annual Father Daughter Valentine’s Ball now includes an opportunity for everyone to celebrate the love of their birth or chosen family. This February, in addition to two dances in the traditional father/daughter style, Vancouver Parks and Recreation will also host a third Sweethearts Valentine’s Ball that welcomes all family members.

“We have been doing this event for a while now and people really love it,” said Johnie S. Tucker, special events coordinator at Vancouver Parks and Recreation. “We’re excited to be back at Pearson Air Museum’s beautiful historic hangar and we look forward to sharing this fun celebration with even more people in the community through the new Sweethearts Ball. Whichever date you attend, you are sure to have a great time at the Vancouver Valentine’s Ball.”

Both dances will be fun and memorable events for all ages. Attendees will enjoy a wonderful evening of music and dancing at the Pearson Air Museum Historic Hangar (1115 E. 5th St., Vancouver). The event features a local DJ, dessert and refreshments and a temporary tattoo station. A professional photographer will be on hand to beautifully document each dance and guests will receive a link to download free keepsake photos.

The cost per attendee for the Valentine’s Ball is $13 for city residents or $15 for non-residents. Valentine’s Ball tickets go on sale Mon., Nov. 18. Advance registration is required and space is limited. Visit www.cityofvancouver.us/ValentinesBall to learn more.

Valentine’s Ball dates:

  • Father Daughter Valentine’s Ball: Fri., Feb. 7, 6-8 p.m.
  • Sweethearts Valentine’s Ball: Sat., Feb. 8, 1-3 p.m.
  • Father Daughter Valentine’s Ball: Sat., Feb. 8, 6-8 p.m.

Volunteer opportunities are available. Click on a link below to sign up as a volunteer or contact cityvolunteer@cityofvancvouer.us or (360) 487-8344 to learn more.

Information provided by city of Vancouver.

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