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Christmas and New Year's Eve parties benefiting worthy non-profit organizations Print E-mail
by Sharon Adams    Wed, Nov 22, 2006, 09:08 AM

Family Pipes and Drums:
The Meyerson Symphony Center has never seen or heard anything like this!
November 26th and 29th; December 3rd and 10th.
All shows at 8:00 p.m.
The breathtaking sounds of 225 singing men will be accompanied by the spine-tingling majesty of the Lay Family organ plus the roof-raising sounds of 80 brass and percussion players from Frontier Drum and Bugle Corps. Combining the spirit of Broadway hits BLAST and STOMP from herald trumpets to trash can lids, from Santa to the candles and poinsettias - you're in for a fun treat.
Benefiting Turtle Creek Chorale.  Visit http://www.boxofficetickets.com or call 1-800-494-8497.

Unwrap the Magic  - A Children's Christmas party at Rosine Hall at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.  Presented by the Women's Council of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, the morning of Saturday, December 9th is absolutely fun for all children, parents and grandparents. By reservation only, so get your tickets early. 

For those who would rather spend an evening in a wonderful home and support the Women's Council's A Woman's Garden at the Arboretum, a patron party December 5th is just your ticket. A portion of all tickets is tax deductible.
Visit the website for details and reservations:
http://www.womenscouncildallasarboretum.org/

popuptop.gifNew Year's Eve at the Nasher presented by Bailey Banks & Biddle and sponored by PaperCity:

Co-chaired by Heidi and Bill Dillon, the Twilight Ticket entices us to experience the allure of the eve of New Year's in the unparalleled setting of the Nasher Sculpture Center. After cocktails and canapes, guests will be escorted to a translucent tent overlooking the garden to enjoy a four-course dining experience by Wolfgang Puck and join in the Countdown party afterwards.

Make it a very special evening with the Twilight Deluxe Ticket and receive priority seating, limo or car service to and from the gala, luxurious hotel accommodations on New Year's Eve and more.

Twilight Premier Ticket - limited to 10 couples - all of the previously mentioned benefits plus a Mother of Pearl tiara gift and a personal VIP tour for up to 10 guests with Center director Dr. Steve Nash at a future date and more.

Or, if you do dinner on your own and just want to party down surrounded by one of the most significant collections of modern art in the world, join in the fun with The Late Night Ticket, which is the Countdown Party from 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.  Co-Chaired by Christen and Derek Wilson, guests arrive later and join in the party with late night hors d'oeuvres and dessert bites, complimentary full bar, live entertainment and dancing to Emerald City ... they are fabulous! ... and more.

Join the Nasher Sculpture Center before the end of the year and receive great discounts on the New Year's Eve fare and a tax deduction. 

Visit the website and click on New Year's Eve at the Nasher:
http://www.nashersculpturecenter.org


NYEve.jpgThree Big Bands - One Big Night: the 1st Annual New Year's Eve Spectacular
presented by AlonUSA benefiting the Communities in Schools Dallas Region Endowment
At the Hilton Anatole Dallas, also presented by Modern Luxury Dallas and Barefoot Wine.
The bands:  Hunter Sullivan | Johnny Reno and the Lounge Kings | The Cary Richards Orchestra
Different ticket packages include dinner, casino, raffles, midnight champagne toast, open or cash bar, live entertainment, valet parking, hotel accommodations and more.
Visit the website http://www.cisdallas.org or call 214-827-0955, ext. 234.


Have a safe holiday!

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