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Fairy Tale Ball to raise funds for Oklahoma Children's Theatre

The family event at the Petroleum Club is a fundraiser for Oklahoma Children's Theatre
BY LYN ADAMS Published: June 30, 2012
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Oklahoma Children's Theatre will present the 17th annual Fairy Tale Ball from 5:30 to 10 p.m. July 14 at the Oklahoma City Petroleum Club, 100 N Broadway, on the 34th and 35th floors.

Families will dress the part and experience together the world of “Spellbound, Potions & Pixie Dust” with games, music, dancing along with characters from classic tales such as King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, Princess Aurora, Snow White, Cinderella and more.

Kids will enjoy a buffet dinner, games, dancing, craft projects and a magic show.

Grown-ups will enjoy dinner, a wine and beer bar, live auction and games.

The musical group “Urban Addiction” will perform live on the dance floor for all ages.

Tickets are $125 for all adult seats in the adult dining area on 34th floor and $50 for children.

Baby sitters and nannies are required for children 3 to 4 years old.

Sitters accompanying children in the adult dinner must buy an adult ticket at $125 per seat. Complimentary tickets will be issued to sitters attending the Children's Ball.

Proceeds will help Oklahoma Children's Theatre reach thousands of children annually and fund many of their programs and scholarships for children.

Lyn Adams is executive director of Oklahoma Children's Theatre.


To learn more

For more information about the Fairy Tale Ball, call the Oklahoma Children's Theatre at 606-7003 or go to www.oklahomachildrenstheatre.org.

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