Once again, Seeds of Learning Early Care and Education Center is proudly presenting “A Little Black Dress Affair,” an elegant evening of fashion and fun for women.
This “Affair” will be held Saturday, March 5, from 5-8 p.m. at the Ross Aragon Community Center in Pagosa Springs. Ladies attending will enjoy a fashion show presented by Goodman’s Department Store and Little Weedz children’s clothing, delectable appetizers and desserts prepared by the Alley House, entertainment provided by Mary McKeehan, as well as a silent auction and a drawing for “girly” gifts.
If you attended last year’s event, you remember what a fabulous and memorable evening it was! This year’s event promises some new surprises. We are taking a step on the “wild side” to bring you “A Little Black Dress Affair – The Animal Within”. Call your girl friends, pick your favorite dress, and pump up the bling!
So your guy doesn’t feel left out, the Pagosa Brewing Company will be providing “man care” during the event. The guys will enjoy fun provided by Tony Simmons as well as prizes and gift certificates. A portion of the proceeds for the guy’s event will be donated to Seeds of Learning.
Tickets for “A Little Black Dress Affair – The Animal Within” can be purchased at Seeds of Learning or Switchback Mountain Wear. Single tickets are $40. A table of ten can be purchased for $400. Tickets are not necessary for the guy’s event.
Seeds of Learning is a non-profit early care and education center located in the heart of downtown Pagosa Springs. The center relies on tuition, grants, individual donations and fundraising to support their annual operating budget. Seeds of Learning is open daily, year round and currently provides services to over fifty of Archuleta County’s families. The center offers a toddler room, two preschool classrooms and one pre-k classroom. So come on, put on your little black dress, have some fun and support a wonderful early care and education center!
Any questions about the event or the program at Seeds of Learning can be answered by Lynne Bridges, executive director, at 264-5513.