Groove to the Sixties Variety Show to Benefit Ivy Tech

2014-03-30T00:00:00Z Groove to the Sixties Variety Show to Benefit Ivy TechTimes Staff
March 30, 2014 12:00 am  • 

VALPARAISO | The Ivy Tech Foundation presents the Groove to the Sixties fundraising event at 5:30 p.m. April 11 at Aberdeen Manor, 216 Ballentrae.

The festivities will include a variety show featuring 1960s-inspired performances, as well as dinner and a silent auction. Ivy Tech’s 10th Annual Spring Fundraiser will help support program enhancements at Ivy Tech campuses in East Chicago, Gary, Michigan City and Valparaiso.

Dig up your bell bottoms, psychedelic prints, collarless jackets and tie-died tops and get groovy for an evening of popular entertainment. Go ape for appearances by Sonny and Cher, The Beatles, Ed Sullivan and many more who left their mark on this far out generation. This night is guaranteed to be outta sight with primo entertainment and, more importantly, a groovy way to celebrate the success of Ivy Tech’s continued excellence in education!

A few of the local celebrity entertainers include state Sen. Ed Charbonneau, Porter County Sheriff David Lain, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, The Times Media Co. Publisher Chris White, Blue Chip Casino Assistant General Manager Jack Elia, and more.

Tickets are $75 per person ($40 is tax deductible). Tickets can be purchased online at Click on the flower button. For more information, contact Cindy Hall at (219) 476-4710 or Reservations and ticket purchases must be made by Wednesday.

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