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SPC Father/Daughter DANCE 2016

Our 11th annual event is Saturday, March 5, 2016, from 6:30–8:30 p.m. for fathers (and father figures) and daughters of all ages.

Daddy Daughter Round-Up
Polish up your boots and saddle up for a great time, because we’re going Western this year! Tickets are $5 per person and include dancing, refreshments and unlimited fun. You can buy tickets in cash or by check at the door.

Questions? Read our FAQs or contact Amy Herbert, Children’s Ministry Director, at 534-2900 or aherbert@southportpc.org.

RSVP's (online registrations) are no longer being accepted, but everyone is welcome to attend! We'll see you at 6:30 Saturday evening.

2016 SPC Father/Daughter Dance

Q: WHAT is the Father/Daughter Dance?
A: The Father/Daughter Dance is an annual event that helps dads and daughters form strong, loving bonds to last a lifetime. This event includes great music, dancing, quality time and socializing in a relaxed environment with other families.

Q: WHEN is the dance?
A: Saturday, March 5, 2016, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Q: WHERE is it?
A: In the Worship Center at Southport Presbyterian Church, 7525 McFarland Boulevard, Indianapolis 46237.

Q: WHAT is the theme?
A: This year’s theme is “Daddy Daughter Round-Up!” The SPC Worship Center will be decorated Western style.

Q: Is there a cost?
A: Admission is $5 per person, which includes snacks (popcorn, cotton candy, cookies, etc.), beverages and entertainment.

Q: How do I get tickets?
A: RSVP at www.southportpc.org/dance and plan to pay for your tickets in cash or check (made payable to SPC) at the door.

Q: Is dinner provided?
A: No. For this year’s dance, we’ll have light refreshments, including snacks and beverages. Many dads like to take their daughters out for dinner beforehand.

Q: Is there a dress code?
A: To match this year’s theme, you may want to wear a cowboy hat, denim and boots. Some girls always love to dress up in their Sunday finest; others prefer to keep it casual. In the same way, some dads wear a suit and tie, while others are more comfortable in business casual or jeans. The main thing is to have fun!

Q: Is there an upper or lower age limit?
A: No way. Fathers and daughters of all ages should come have fun with us!

Q: Can I help?
A: If you would like to help decorate, set up, serve or clean up, please contact Amy Herbert, Missy Hart or Manda Newlin.

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