11th annual Squaw Valley Prom is Saturday | SierraSun.com

11th annual Squaw Valley Prom is Saturday

OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. — High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and CHARITYSMITH will present the 11th annual Squaw Valley Prom, on Saturday, Feb. 21, at 8 p.m.

The event will take place at Squaw Valley’s Olympic House, using the entire building and making available six bars for spirits and cocktails. This year’s prom will be themed after the award winning film “Ocean’s Eleven.”

Roughly 1,000 people are expected to attend.

Tickets for the High Fives Foundation’s premier fundraiser are on sale through Saturday, or until they sell out, at squawvalleyprom.com for $100 per couple and $200 stag (single).

“This is another way we’re able to change the lives of injured mountain action sports athletes, through fun, non-traditional fundraising events,” said High Fives Executive Director Roy Tuscany. “We work to make these events accentuate the ‘Œfun’ in fundraising.”

This year’s prom will feature world-class musical performers, a bigtruck Headwear “Sew on Site” store, a Bending Branch photo booth, screen printing from Lone Mountain Printing, and video and entertainment from GoPro, as well as drink specials.

Andy Frasco and the UN, a sound classified as party blues with a touch of barefoot boogie, will headline the multi-stage event.

DJ Chris Clouse and Ryan Lucero, along with special guests DJ Silver Boombox Thief, Mary Poppin’ and DJ Carlo, will also spin tracks.

“This year marks 11 consecutive years of throwing the best party in Squaw Valley,” said CHARITYSMITH and Squaw Valley Prom Founder Brooks Rohlen. “We look forward to seeing everyone shining bright and having the time of their lives…”

CHARITYSMITH — the National Society of Memorial Funds — is a Truckee-based nonprofit established in 1994 to provide an efficient framework for the creation and administration of memorial funds. Visit charitysmith.org to learn more.

Visit highfivesfoundation.org to learn more about High Fives.

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