Sat, 20 Jul | Adelaide Oval

65 Roses Ball - Black Tie Event

Cystic Fibrosis SA is hosting another magical night for a very worthy cause. A great opportunity to get dressed up and wine, dine and dance the night away!
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65 Roses Ball - Black Tie Event

Time & Location

20 Jul 2019, 6:30 pm
Adelaide Oval, War Memorial Dr, North Adelaide SA 5006, Australia

About The Event

Cinderella, Prince Charming... your chariot awaits!

We're off to the ball and would love for you to join us.

The 65 Roses Ball - in support of Cystic Fibrosis SA - is the perfect opportunity to get dolled up, step out in some fancy gowns and tuxedo's, have a fabulous time wining, dining and dancing the night away with other Socials AND support a very worthy cause at the same time. Sounds like a perfect way to spend an evening to me! I've already started looking for a dress. No, it's not too soon. : ) x

Your ticket includes:

• 3 course meal

• Drinks

• Live entertainment

• A night out with other TMS members

• 2 x TMS hosts (so if you haven't found anyone to hit the dance floor with, we'll be sure to take you for a spin (in other words, please someone ask me to dance haha. And yes, this is a bracket within a bracket ha ha ha)).

The event photograph is from Make A Wish in '17, where we had 43 members in attendance! It was such a great, memorable night!!! We also attended last year, where our table one the Lucky Door Prize!!! Make A Wish will be on again at the end of October, but for now we'd love to share the love and show our support to Cystic Fibrosis SA.

These nights are really fun and are a little too rare. So jump on board while the opportunity presents and come and join us for a magical night out. We're going to have a great time.

Drop us a line with any comments or questions!

B x

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Here's a little from Cystic Fibrosis SA:

"Cystic Fibrosis SA is a community based charity dedicated to providing support and assistance to children, young adults and families affected by Australia's most common life-threatening genetic condition. We provide financial support, respite, equipment, meals, cleaning, information and education, gift bags during hospital stays, parent, grandparent and sibling activities in the effort to make their lives better. We are not government funded, so we rely on donations and other fundraising activities to support our important work."

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