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Dining & Dancing in the Dark 2017: Guest Reservations and Sponsorship information available
You had a blast last year, or you've really been meaning to come to the Bond Hotel and be a part of it. Don't put it off. Reserve your seats now and assure your spot at Hartford's most glamorous fundraising event. It's intimate, it's rowdy and it supports Connecticut's only radio reading service for people who are blind. (Did we mention Eight to the Bar?)
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Dining and Dancing in the Dark will be held April 29, 2017, 5:30-10:30. Looking forward to seeing you there. (Download PDF Flyer)
The 2017 Dancing Contestants
Sulma Averancio- Senior Vice President of Entravision
Hannah Mordoh, NBC-TV Travel Reporter
Dr. Andrea Dennis, Co-Host of WTIC's Pet Talk
Cathy Poulin, Bob's Discount Furniture
Scot Haney, Meteorologist & co-emcee
Amanda Raus, Fox CT anchor
If you are reserving seats on-line, please make sure to identify in the boxes provided, what you would like for dinner. If you are attending with friends or in support of a particular dancer, please note that in the 2nd box and we will do our best to accommodate you.
No tickets will be mailed this year, but you will receive a confirmation email.
If you prefer to purchase tickets by phone, you can call CRIS at (860) 527-8000, Monday-Friday from 9-4.
* CHICKEN PICATTA Tender Chicken in sauce
* VEGETARIAN MEALS AVAILABLE
* KIDS MEALS AVAILABLE (tomato alfredo pasta)
The Channel 3 Kids Camp is holding its annual gala on Nov 4 at the Aqua Turf. The camp has developed living skills, provided educational opportunities and fresh air to kids for over one hundred years. Like all nonprofits, the Kids Camp is dependent on successful fundraisers like to continue operating. We hope you will join the team at CRIS Radio in supporting the event, while having some fun of our own. More information can be found on the camp's website.
What do you get when you put Scot Haney, Eight to the Bar, a dozen local celebrities, 200 people passionate about one of CT's vital services for people with disabilities, and a shiny trophy in a ballroom? We don't think there's a name for it, but the result is a guaranteed TEN.
This year's theme is dances from the movies. Be dazzled by the surprises our dance professionals and celebrities have in store. The money raised is key to our efforts to provide CRIS Radio to people in the community at no cost. Make a difference: join us and you will have fun in the process.
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