A Passion for Justice

Thursday, November 5, 2009 - 23:01 to Friday, November 6, 2009 - 03:00

We at Pivot are very pleased to invite you and your friends to the 7th Annual Passion for Justice Extravaganza and Auction, at the B.C. Supreme Courthouse.

On November 5, the Screaming Chickens will rejoin us with some of their most famous comedy burlesque acts, along with- for the first time ever - the new Screaming Chickens BOYLESQUE troop!

Also for the first time, Passion for Justice will host the amazing Tribal Fusion Bellydance troupes Vital Divine and Luciterra!

Come join us for an evening of terrific entertainment, exciting live and silent auctions, food and refreshments, door prizes, and much, much more! Items include vacation getaways, body treatments, photography sessions, original artwork, fine dining, yoga passes, family adventures, jewelry and much more!

If you would like to make a contribution to Pivot in the form of an auction item for the evening, please contact Rebecca Tay at auction@pivotfoundation.org. Proceeds from the event will go to support Pivot's projects on behalf of the residents of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

For tickets click here or the Pivot office at 678 East Hastings. Tickets are only $20 ($25 at the door).

Please note that this is an ADULTS ONLY event.

 

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Vancouver , BC
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