Olympic Ballet hosts Beaux Arts Dinner and Auction at Lynnwood Convention Center

dinner-auction2013Olympic Ballet hosts Beaux Arts Dinner and Auction, an elegant evening that includes wine, exquisite cuisine, both silent and live auctions, and a sneak peek of excerpts from the new Season, at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 at the Lynnwood Convention Center.

Through funds raised at Beaux Arts, Olympic Ballet Theatre is able to maintain family-friendly ticket prices and fund scholarship programs which enable children, regardless of their family’s ability to pay, to enroll at Olympic Ballet School. Olympic Ballet is dedicated to presenting exceptional classical, dramatic, and contemporary ballet performances.

OBT productions rely heavily on fund-raising to keep each performing season affordable and unique: ticket sales generate only 55 percent of the Threatre’s revenue each year.

Auction items include: Gift Baskets, Theatre Tickets, Getaways, Romantic Dates, Select Restaurants, Exclusive Experiences and Local Art.

Tickets are $75 per person, $60 for parents and $500 for a table of eight. To make reservations call 425-774-7570 or email: dance@olympicballet.com

Donations for the auction are still being accepted. For more information go here. To volunteer for the event email: dance@olympicballet.com.

Olympic Ballet Theatre (OBT) is a non-profit performing company with estimated audiences of 15,000 annually, including 4,000 school children.

Celebrating its 32nd Season, Olympic Ballet Theatre regularly tours to theatres in Everett, Edmonds and Arlington.

Under the Artistic Direction of Mara Vinson and Oleg Gorboulev, former leading artists of Pacific Northwest Ballet and Moscow Classical Ballet, world-renowned guest artists are featured in OBT productions, as well as live musical accompaniment and community partnerships whenever feasible.

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