Saturday, May 18

6:00pm – 9:30pm

Brier Creek Country Club

9400 Club Hill Drive, Raleigh

 

Join us as we take a trip down memory lane to remember the classic of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s

while raising dementia awareness and funds to improve the lives of North Carolinians impacted by dementia!

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Swingin’ Cocktail Hour with Rockin’ Raffle

Special Guest Speaker

Delicious Dinner and Theme-Inspired Dessert Bar

 Dancing with Live Music by No Simple Highway, Performance by the Sassy Classic Dancers, Fun Photo Booth

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Tickets

$75 per person through April 30th

or $85 per person starting May 1st

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Dress

Black tie-optional or thematically-inspired attire.

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*For more information, contact Kacy Hall at 919.832.3732 or khall@dementianc.org

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No Simple Highway

No Simple Highway

We are so excited to announce that No Simple Highway will be playing our favorite 50's, 60's and 70's hits! No Simple Highway is a group of seasoned musicians who have each been personally impacted by dementia. Led by band leader Joel Jordan, they come together each year in support of Dementia Alliance events. 2019 marks the 14th year No Simple Highway has performed at our events.

The Sassy Classics

The Sassy Classics

The Sassy Classics are a group of thirteen women over 60, and most have been dancing together for almost 15 years. They practice two days a week and perform for various groups and organizations throughout the year. They’ve performed in North Carolina from Wrightsville Beach to Boone, in Savannah and San Diego, and even on a cruise ship! Probably the highlight of their performances was at the Miss North Carolina Pageant in 2015 and 2016. You can visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/sassyclassicsdance/