About Us   |   Contact Us  |   Rec Reader   |   Weather Policy  |        |      
Milwaukee Recreation
Adult Sports Standings & Schedules Free Agent Board - Find a Team!
 

13th ANNUAL DADDY/DAUGHTER DANCE
Home > Special Events > Daddy/Daughter Dance

Share |

 

 

THE DADDY/DAUGHTER DANCE IS NOW COMPLETELY SOLD OUT.
WE ARE SORRY, BUT WE CANNOT ACCEPT ANY ADDITIONAL REGISTRATIONS FOR THE 2016 EVENT.

Daddy/Daughter Dance (Register Online)
Saturday, February 20, 2016
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
North Division High School, 1011 W. Center Street

ENTER through door #8 (near the tennis courts) or Center Street doors

Dinner & Dance:
$25 per adult / $10 first child / $5 each additional child (limit 2)
Arrive at 5:00 p.m.

Dance Only:
$15 per adult / $5 per child (limit 3 children)
Arrive at 6:15 p.m.

Dads! It's our 13th Anniversary of the Daddy/Daughter Dance! Enjoy a night out with that special little girl in your life. Join us for a fun-filled evening of dancing, food, and prizes. Our live DJ will play the best dance hits from every era, and you won't want to miss our annual tradition: the Cupid Shuffle!

The Daddy/Daughter Dance is appropriate for girls of all ages. This event is limited to pre-registered guests only, so sign up today! The pre-registration deadline is Monday, February 15th. This event is made possible with the generous support of the Social Development Commission and the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative.

NEW THIS YEAR, we will be offering a Dinner and Dance option where the fee is $25.00 per adult and $10.00 for the first child and $5.00 for each additional child. Also new, a dance only option where the fee is $15.00 per adult and $5.00 for each child (limit three children for every one adult for both options). Doors open at 5:00 p.m. for pre-registered dinner/dance guests only. Dinner will be served at 5:15 p.m. Dance only guests, doors will open at 6:15 p.m. Fee is non-refundable and not eligible for reduced fees.

 

This program is made possible through a partnership between Milwaukee Recreation,
Social Development Commission, and the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative.

 

 



Share |