An evening of entertainment, strolling dinner, open bar, and dancing! You won’t believe what you will be strolling into! Rain or Shine, Cocktail Attire. To support DYPAC and Trenton Village Theatre and upgrading of lighting and sound systems. Tickets call 671-2202
Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens 22314 Northline Taylor Mi 48180, June 9-6:30-9:30pm.
Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center parents and volunteers, headed by Mishell Schutt and Dr. Noel Jackson, have been creating the wonderment of the Garden of Eden for the group’s upcoming fundraiser to be held at Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens on June 9.
The fundraiser’s purpose is to raise funding to upgrade the lighting and sound systems at the Trenton Village Theatre, DYPAC’s home. Many sponsors have come forth to support this cause and many others are welcome, Jackson said.
An ark is being created by Mark Huffmaster and Robert Balavitch and will help to create the wonderment of Eden. A Tree of Life is being created by Bradley Byrne and Juliana Van Buren, as well as human dessert tables created by Dave Rzucidlo.
Jackson said Hundreds of hours have been spent attending to details and DYPAC members hope to offer an experience exceeding the last Emerald City Gala in 2008.
Guests will enjoy a strolling dinner, live and silent auctions, dance to the music of Larry Lee and Back in the Day Band, enjoy the entertainment of DYPAC performers and enjoy the spirit of community found when individuals join together to reach a goal of benefit to many.
DYPAC’s goal is “the positive development of young people through experiences in the arts,” and the group is hoping many community members will join them for this special event. Tickets may be purchased at www.dypac.com or at Dr. Jackson’s dental office at 254 West Road, Trenton. More Info here