“Dance for the Silent” Dance-A-Thon

“Dance for the Silent” Dance-A-Thon


Let’s Knock Bullying Out of This World!

Please Join An on her birthday to raise money and awareness for the amazing anti-bullying organization “Stand for the Silent” by participating in her Dance-A-Thon held on Saturday, March 2nd. The Dance-A-Thon (D-A-T) will be hosted on the second floor of Club Ripples starting with a cocktail hour with the birthday girl from 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. The Dance-A-Thon will start strictly at 9:00 p.m. and last until midnight. A drag show will follow! 

 

Let’s dance for the silent! 

Prizes 


The grand prize is $100 cash. Prizes will also be given out throughout the night.



Rules and Logistics 


Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite or at the door. Cover charge at Club Ripples will be waived with a D-A-T ticket. Bring friends, family, or anyone who smiles. 21+ event. THIS IS AN INCLUSIVE EVENT, ALL ARE WELCOME! 🙂 


Cosmic Costumes Encouraged!  


The Dance-A-Thon will be composed of three dance rounds every hour, starting at 9:00 pm until midnight. There will be a ten-minute break at the end of every hour to grab drinks, take a bathroom break, or just hang out!

 

 

The rules are as follows:

 

1. Purchase your ticket through Eventbrite or at the door. 

2.You will receive a Stand for the Silent bracelet at the entrance which will give you access to the dance floor

3. You earn raffle tickets every round, with an increasing increment of raffles per hour (9 p.m. – 1 raffle, 10 p.m. – 2 raffles, 11 p.m. – 3 raffles)

4. To earn your tickets, you must dance for the 50 minutes straight – NO EXCEPTIONS

5. Feel free to skip any round

6. At midnight, one grand prize winner will be randomly chosen 

7. Have fun !!!!!!!!!!! Make friends! And celebrate An’s birthday 

 


Who You’ll Help 


 

All entry fees will benefit the national non-profit, Stand for the Silent. The organization was founded by Kirk and Laura Smalley after their eleven-year-old son Ty Smalley took his own life as a result of bullying. In the days after Ty’s death, Kirk decided that he would make it his life’s mission to expose the harsh reality of bullying and its devastating consequences.  Since 2010, Kirk has traveled to over a thousand schools and spoken with more than 1.5 million kids and teens, promoting powerful messages of acceptance, support, and self-worth.

Learn more about Stand for the Silent’s message at standforthesilent.org

 

If you can’t participate in the Dance-A-Thon, but still wish to help Stand for the Silent, you can donate here or through Eventbrite. 

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