{Tiaras & Bowties} ASAC Fundraising Children’s Gala

The Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth is hosting their amazing fundraiser again this year: Tiaras & Bowties. This is a family-friendly gala that offers a variety of activities for kids of all ages, a silent auction, a decadent buffet dinner, live entertainment and of course, dancing. Not only is this a great evening out for the whole family but it is also for a great cause; all proceeds from the Tiaras & Bowties Gala support the Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth.

When is Tiaras & Bowties?

This Gala is taking place on April 22, 2017 with a starting time of 4 pm

Where is this taking place?

The event location is 9241 34A Avenue

What entertainment is provided?

Activities include: Paint Booth, Photo Booth, Royal Hair Design Booth, Face Painting, Toy Corner, Gymnastics Demo, silent auction and live entertainment (from Sisters of the Sahara, Phoenix Gymnastics, Knights of the Northern Realm, Native Entertainment).

Where can I get Tickets?

Tickets can be purchased at: asacgala.com/?p=167 and the cost is $50 Adults | $25 Children | Free for Toddlers  (Age 2 and under)

What is ASAC?

ASAC or the Association for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth was formed in 1979 to help women and their families have better birth experiences. ASAC’s mandate is to educate women about childbirth, regardless of the caregiver and location of birth that they choose. ASAC believes that women are capable of making good decisions for themselves if they are well-informed. A woman is more likely to have positive feelings about her birth if her choices are respected and she feels she had some control over her birth process, regardless of the outcome. For more information on ASAC go to www.asac.ab.ca/.

Enter to Win

We don’t want you to miss this wonderful event so we are giving you the opportunity to win two tickets (1 adult and 1 child). Comment with who you would take as your date and enter using the entry form below.

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    I would take my son, Charles. I wanted to go last year but he was too young. I think he’d love it this year!

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    I would love to get all dressed up with my four year old daughter Eleanor, and go to this event!

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