Friday, September 17, 2010

2010 Bonnie Blue Ball

Yes!  The annual Bonnie Blue Ball has come around again.


October 30, 2010
5:00 in the evening
Dinner, and dancing, and tons of fun for the whole family.

You can come in costume, or in evening wear.  And, this year's event boasts a unique bonus, a costume contest!  Entry in the contest is an extra $5 at the door, and all attendees will take a vote on the evening's best costumes.  Prizes to be announced.


Ticket prices are here.  Be sure you register right away to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount.



For more information about this unique event, view last year's post on the subject.  Or... view a slideshow of last year's photos.  Do leave us a comment if you have any questions!

We hope to see you there!

6 comments:

Adria said...

This looks like an absolutely wonderful thing, wish we were there to participate, love the look of the building and the costumes. Have fun!

Johanna said...

How fun it was to read your comment Adria! Thank you for stopping by. Yes, yes, yes, the Ball is the most thrilling experience! I think you all would enjoy it. :) The dances are so easy and SO fun!! *giggles*... I just see Ella, I think she would be into the dancing as much as Matt is! We love it when little ones participate. I'll be thinking of you guys as we dance the night away!

Faith said...

Yay! Last year was so much fun. I can't wait!

Hannah Shields said...

Hello there,
My name is Hannah and I'm from Alaska. I recently found your site and enjoyed looking at your pics. and posts!!!
Concerning the Bonnie Blue Ball...
I love the old costumes and beautiful pictures of the dances...totally me!!! I do have a quick question...to attend do you have to sponsor with one of those amounts, plus the tickets?!?!
I probably won't be able to come, but thought I'd ask anyhow, it would still be great to know for the future!!!
Thanks in advance,
Hannah

Emma said...

Hannah,

Thanks for commenting! To answer your question, no you do not have to sponsor an amount, just the ticket price. Sponsorship is an option, if you want to help us make this event possible. Sponsors actually get in free, as our "thank you" for their contribution.

Does that make sense? I'm sorry it wasn't clear in the post. I'll have to see if I can clarify that. :)

Emma

Savories of Life said...

I just had to write on this post even if it is old. WE HAVE a christmas bsll every eyar with our homechoolers and this year we are having two Cvil war balls. Right now my family and friends are taking lessons. We even ahve to make my sister a dress. I ahve two civil war ones. You can visit my blog.