The Center for Family Services invites all swashbuckling pirates and enchanting princesses to grab their eye-patches and tiaras and come out to the third annual Princess & Pirates Ball on Sunday, Nov. 16 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the International Polo Club Palm Beach (3667 120th Avenue South, Wellington).
The late-afternoon event includes cocktails and mocktails, dinner by the bite, a bounce house, a DJ, rock climbing, a beauty bar by Frank Cassi Hair & Beauty and more.
The annual ball is the signature event of the Center for Family Service’s “Kids Helping Kids” Club, which aims to increase awareness of philanthropy among youth while making a difference in the lives of other children. Proceeds from the ball will be used to support the Pat Reeves Village Shelter, the only 24-hour emergency shelter in Palm Beach County serving families. The shelter also provides life-changing services to families with children who are either homeless or at risk for homelessness.
Parents, grandparents and friends are invited to attend along with their own pirate or princess, and themed attire is encouraged.
Abigail Beebe and Amie Swan will serve as co-chairs. Liana Stoll, Jake Apple and Ava Murray will serve as the Kids Committee chairs, while Emma Guerrieri and Max Silverstein will be junior honorary chairs, along with honorary chairs Sonja and Mark Stevens.
Sponsored by PNC Bank, tickets for the event are $150 per adult and $95 per child. For more information, call (561) 616-1232 or visit www.ctrfam.org.
ABOVE: Junior honorary chairs Emma Guerrieri and Max Silverstein.